Additionally, we work with a group of dedicated editors, techs, assistants, stylists, and models, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those that help us make beautiful pictures.
The whole idea is to make the story look effortless, seamless, and beautiful; often times, with a very limited budget, resources, and challenging locations. Creating a story takes a great deal of work, determination, and quick thinking to make beautiful moments out of what could be everyday banality.
Thank you to all the story tellers and picture makers I admire and hope to be like when I grow up.
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Shooting stills alongside a video crew filming tv commercials isn’t for the faint of heart. Foremost, you have to play well with others and know your way around a commercial film set. Additionally, you have to be a team player while focusing on what you’ve been hired to do - stay out of the way and deliver great stills - It’s kinda like magic. Now you see me, but mostly you don’t!
You could say I'm a pro since Ive earned 8 Tellies myself directing film, and have been shooting stills alongside tv commercials for many years. It takes skills that many do not possess, so Im excited to share with you some behind the scenes and final images from shooting alongside videos.
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Shot for Equestrian Living Magazine, check out some of our photographs of the art of making custom crafted polo mallets at Tato’s. One of the very few creators that caters to the top Polo players from around the globe.
“The most important element of mallet making is the mallet cane, which is crafted from manau, a member of the rattan family typically harvested in Southeast Asia. We order the raw canes with the root, my father makes the decision where to cut it. He’s the one who knows exactly what our clientele is looking for.”
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Blending Equestrian Lifestyle and Fashion Photography, renowned photographer George Kamper created a spectacular Cover and spreads for the inaugural issue of Pegasus Magazine. Celebrating the Pegasus World Cup Invitational, George and his unequaled crew consisting of fashion stylist aficionado Danny Santiago, Make up Artist Leslie Munsell of Beauty for Real, with Hair Artistry provided by Steph Milner Giles conceived the striking Cover and inside spreads.
The Pegasus statue is the 2nd largest free sculpture in the US, immediately following the Statue of Liberty. "Arranging our model and lighting set up for the magic moment was conceived by the team as the defining photo. Additional photos appear in the stables and throughout the Gulfstream grounds. Kamper’s challenges included the safety of the crew and horses and creating lighting and effects on site that would not interfere or scare the race horses.
Take a look at the results, we think they are stunning and worthy of helping to define the much-anticipated sporting event that will surpass the $10 million Dubai World Cup as the world’s richest thoroughbred horse race.
You can read more here: Pegasus Magazine: Pegasus World Cup Invitational - World Red Eye
Can't wait to celebrate our first ever publishing title #PEGASUSmagazine tonight with cover model Karina Gubanova as well as the start of the Pegasus World Cup Invitational weekend. See you at the races! #WREfilmsPosted by Seth Browarnik on Friday, January 27, 2017
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Featured in Venice Fort Lauderdale Magazine Fall Issue 2016Want to see more? Check out WWW.GEORGEKAMPER.COM