Some of those zombie photos are *really* good. Who was taking them and what were they using? My favorite is 048. The rockabilly zombie!
That was me, thanks!
I'm not sure what you're asking when you ask what I was using, so I'll tell you all of it.
Two Multiblitz monolight strobes, one direct, one gelled into an umbrella. Set up my 550EX as a backlight propped in some cables above coatcheck, this was at manual +1 and also gelled. Was shooting with Canon 10D (love that camera!), 28-80mm f/4.0.
342: I worship at the altar of gams.69 and 71: I have a soft spot in my heart for mad scientists, especially ones who can obtain fluorescent bottles and dyes and can strike a badass pose. Dr. Clayton Forrester would be proud.
He looks more like a vampire, with the fangs. Maybe he's a zombie vampire? Except vampires are immortal and don't die, so they can't die and then become undead.
If he had a stake through his heart, it would clear the issue right up. He'd be undead undead.
Hi, that was me!
The concept was "Vampire Elvis" (hence the Shure 55 microphone prop, a classic mic that Elvis used quite a lot in the 50's (driving up eBay prices today, dammit)). Of course, I didn't feel like shaving the facial hair off, so it was a bit of a stretch. I guess I was just too lazy for the full on zombie makeup job :) (and I like the fangs).
It was also suggested that I looked a lot like the Paul Reubens character from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, so I had a lot of fun acting out his death scene. Next time I'll come with a wooden stake for that!
After spending 3 hours putting nails on my head for my pinhead costume, I still didn't get my picture onto the DNA Lounge archive!
Hmmm... maybe I should have noticed the picture studio on the 2nd floor... *goes and bangs head against wall*
I guess I'll just have to do it next time. Now if I could just figure out a good way to spirit gum the nails to my face, too...
I actually tried to chase you down a couple of times!
I would not recommend banging you head against the wall with all those nails.
I missed that one...
hidding in the background there...
Talk about déjà vu. The one & only time I saw The Pixies live, it was at the old Gloucester Leisure Centre. Great show, but absolutely fucking appalling acoustics.
Neubauten did that too when they were here, although they just set up a pair of mic's at the FoH mixer and left it at that.
That drink looks deliciously disgusting.
But enough about bloodsucking parasites, let's talk about the music industry.Heh, heh, heh, that phrase cracked me out.