Tuesday, July 15, 2008

free prints!

...well, almost - at least small prints. I ordered the new business cards at Moo. They turned out pretty nice. I used some funny snapshots and some of my work. For 50 cards you can select up to 50 images which is really nice.

If you drop me an eMail at contact@christianbrecheis.com and tell me what kind of my photos you like most, I put together a selection of these cards and send them to you by mail.

The order procedure on the Moo website (www.moo.com) is really well thought-out. If you want to get your own cards printed, just keep in mind to have room for the bleed and that the colors in print will be undersaturated. (at least my cards were especially lacking some red)

You'll get the cards in a little black box. Quite handy to keep the cards arround or keep the cards you receive. They even put two file cards in there to seperate your cards from the ones you get.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Hasselblad announces H3DII

Just read about it at the Chase Jarvis blog. More info at the Hasselblad website. Trigger the shutter of this monster and you'll get an 300MB image.


some non-snow sports photos

Sepalot and Frank Nitt

Last week I did a bunch of portraits with Sepalot and Frank Nitt. I guess the images will be available at their websites soon. Here's a funny outtake from that day which definitly didn't make the cut. ;)

Burton for Bread And Butter

Had a fun lifestyle shoot with some Burton team riders for the Bread & Butter tradeshow in Barcelona. I couldn't make it there myself, but my friend Alex sent me some shots of the Burton booth with his phone.
I'm glad no soccer -ball, -fan or -logo did sneak in the background. We shot this when the Euro Champs were in full effect in Innsbruck. Big thank you goes to Christel Thoresen for her make-up who made the guys look great even we had 35°C that day.

Portraits with Cajus

Recently I shot some portraits with Cajus. You'll find some of them on his website in the "press" section for download. Check out his site here: Planet Cajun


Did a shoot in a bakery. Hot and dusty. Flour is not good for the sensor in your camera. I can't post the results yet, here's some random snapshots.