Photographer Gifts Playa Portraits

ruprecht playa photo shoot

Wear your best pinks. New York based graphic artist Peter Ruprecht and some multi-award winning Toronto video producers are gifting his art on the Playa. Join the Facebook event if you’re interested in participating.

Enough people have been asking me to shoot them on the playa that i have decided once again to do a fully studio lit photoshoot on the playa for anyone one to come get shot as a playa gift. Sign up here so i kind of get any idea how many to accommodate …or just show up on playa….either way come get photographed. Just come in white. It will be at Dragonfly Den on 10 and C Thursday at sunset just before their Pink Party.
https://www.facebook.com/events/149464662065815/

peter 2013 girls playa

You can check out his last Playa photo shoot here.

Here’s some of the amazing stop-motions Peter has made at past Burning Mans.

13 comments on “Photographer Gifts Playa Portraits

  1. A gift is a gift. Amateur or pro, it is a gift. What is the point of critiquing a gift. It’s a frigging gift.

    • No, it’s a promotion for the studio, and hopefully they got laid for all that skin fluff.

      To use your logic, you can call anything a gift, and make it immune to critique. Here: work with this – all my comments are a gift, which they are. “What is the point of critiquing a gift. It’s a frigging gift.”

      Oh, and when I piss on your leg, that’s a gift, too. Some surely might enjoy it, like people with urolagnia. By your rules, you have no right, from your view point, to critique my gift.

      But by my rules, if you piss on my leg and call it a gift, I will give you my critique regardless of what you call it.

  2. I wonder when it was the exact moment that BM style went from not much thought to straight up lame…lol

  3. Not thrilled with the lighting – very uneven and at the same time flat. Easy if not amateur technique. Maybe that’s his style.

    I would have used a slave strobe for some backlight, as well as balanced the illumination level or photoshopped the pix, or shot in the day. Quality of the poses is overshadowed, so to speak, by the dull lighting. Unless you are in the pix, not much to get excited about.

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