Happy New Year from all the team at RGB Digital! And what a year it's been! We've had a whole range of exciting work from our clients from intricate jewellery shoots to big room sets, and it has been an honour to be a part of it all. We have also welcomed some new clients to the studio and we are very much looking forward to continue workin...
Earlier this year we shot a range of flyers, buisness cards and papers in various creative compositions to feature in Moo's new brochure and website. We had a wonderful stylist on board who carefully selected appropiate props for each image; the story telling created by doing this helped to really bring these shots to life. More imagery can...
The Christmas countdown has begun - and have we got a treat! Today the Debenhams christmas gift guide arrived and we are so pleased to see our work displayed in this fantstic catalogue. If you're stuck for ideas then go and grab one! More of our work can be seen on the Debenhams website www.debenhams.com
We have been very busy in the studio during the run up to Christmas, shooting a range of creative compositions of products featuring in Debenhams Christmas gift guide. Debenhams have been a fantastic client of ours for many years now and we were are excited to see our images in print - it should be any day now!
Over at RGB we were still hungry for more of the latest technology. So Stuff Magazine sent us even more. We got to shoot a whole variety of different things from sound effects boards to computer mice. After all who doesn't need a microscope lying about at home
Over at RGB we get a constant stream of wicked gadgets and gizmos from Stuff Magazine. Today was no exception,as we shoot the latest in mobile camera upgrades. This nifty piece of kit attaches straight onto your phone and magnifies your images. No more will you have to deal with blurry photos!
The unpredictable, elegant movements of liquids are fascinating to shoot. With a high speed flash we are able to freeze the splashes, drops and bubbles of water that move in milleseconds - far too fast to see with the naked eye. Here are a few tests we've done recently.