Saturday, August 26, 2006

Yea for stock!

Recently I had a couple more licensed images on UpperCut Images. Looks like this first shot of my favorite crazy boxer dog Baron will be in an ad for Pepsi. Once again, for the third time actually, Baron is famous!

And this photo of a really cool train in the Mojave desert was licensed by a big oil company and it will appear on the cover of they're brochure. I shot this photo a couple years ago at sunrise, after a very long night of shooting a full moon and not going to bed at all! Good times! I just remembered something funny too, I rented a super wide 14mm lens from my college for this trip and it was due back at 10AM sharp! Well, I just looked at the digital file and I took this photo at 7:13AM, and it was a 3 hour drive back home, if I didn't hit traffic! I ended up driving back really fast and was 20 minutes late, but they were nice about it and didn't make me pay. Good thing I squeezed in that last shot! :)


Blogger lisa page said...

Dear Blaine,
as always I enjoy your photos; they are just so much fun to look at, and hearing the stories behind them just make them that much better.
I was at Venice Beach today, and for some reason I thought of you and Bethany. Not quite sure why, but oh well. =) I hope that you both are well, and if you're ever in the LA area I would love to see you guys.

8/27/2006 1:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great image of your dog!

8/27/2006 2:51 AM  
Blogger eightyone81 said...

I remember that train pic, funny... you are with uppercut? congrats! I was on an Uppercut shoot in LA a couple months ago, they seem really cool!
What else is new? I am in Berlin, will be back in the States in the fall...



8/27/2006 5:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe some of your pictures you have on uppercut. They freaking blow my mind!

8/27/2006 6:31 PM  
Blogger Brett Austin said...

I'm with Chris... you've got some great stuff on that site! That's sweet that your stuff is being used by these big companies... just curious... what kind of kick backs do you get back from companies like that?

8/28/2006 1:48 AM  

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