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Location Photography. As Time Passes By, The Charles Bridge Prague

Back in 2006, the bulk of my work consisted of photographing cars on location for a large magazine publisher.
This was a fantastic time in my career and I considered myself very blessed as was I not only capturing some amazing sports and prestige cars around the country but also on retainer to do so.
It was also around this time that CGI was starting to become a real alternative for commercial automotive advertising and I soon found myself one of the first UK photographers shooting for this new genre of imaging.
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Photography & Retouching Simon Plant / Cgi and Rendering: J3D Imaging

This was the reason I found myself one cold November morning on location standing on The Charles Bridge in Prague.
I had completed my background plates and 360 HDR dome shots and decided to stay on for a couple more days to shoot some other images without the need to concern myself with composition being suitable for the placement of a truck or car.

Prague is the furthest in Eastern Europe I have travelled and it was a hauntingly (especially pre-dawn) beautiful location to shoot.

 

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As Time Passes By