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Designer Rubber Flooring
- Today rubber flooring - tiles and sheet goods - is made from synthetic rubber. It comes in ribbed, coin and other raised patterns.
- architect: someone who creates plans to be used in making something (such as buildings)
- A person who plans the form, look, or workings of something before its being made or built, typically by drawing it in detail
- Upscale and fashionable
- interior designer: a person who specializes in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings
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Day 214/365 - Interior Designer Eve Beres for Luxe Magazine
After a surprising response to last nights "A storm just under the surface " and an even more surprising 116 on Explore I found myself having it easy for Day 214s shot since the theme, model and location were already nailed down. Interior designer Eve Beres will be appearing in Luxe Magazine and I was to make her look beautiful for their pages. I really didn't have to do much as she was already looking great. We shot at one of her current clients homes in Abocoa, Florida.
My first thought upon entering the home was that the room was a lot smaller than I envisioned it. The opening was roughly 10 feet wide with the actual room being no wider than 12 feet. Luckily there was an office with an open entrance directly across from this room. This would give me plenty of space to back up into to get a full shot. The house was in pristine condition. Looking inviting yet almost like its unlived in. My metal stands and rolling cases would have to tred lightly in this glass palace!
Joyce and I quickly unloaded the gear, setup and staged 3 lights. From the moment I stepped in the house I had the lighting scheme ready. It just sort of popped in my head. The sunlight was flooding the room thru the large floor to ceiling windows, yet the angle of the sun was too high to give any decent highlight. I opted to put an AB800 outside the window and aim in to give the illusion of a sunlit backlight.
The front lights were a combination of an AB800 with diffused beauty dish overhead and a AB800 Med Softbox boomed even with the floor. I used the bottom light to fill in shadows that the beauty dish would have undoubtedly created. With out the bottom light the beauty dish would have caused Eve to look older than she was. My goal was to photograph her as you'd see her in person. A young, vibrant and talented woman.
We shot for approximately 2 hours. I had her change several times in an effort to give maximum options. The chair was the to be the featured item and we decided to limit the amount of clutter in the room and go for a clean minimalist scene. Her vibrant blouse would contrast the muted tones of the room and give that small splash of color the shot would need. Her radiant smile finished off the shot making my job that much easier. Before leaving I snapped few 3 shot HDRs of the room as I was pretty sure I'd end up using them for tonights shot. She was impressed with the clean and crisp look of the finals and showed interest in having me come back once the home was finished.
Afterwards Joyce and I met up with Jacque and Shawn who were already in Palm Beach. We headed to a Seafood restaurant on the water called Panama Hatties. We ordered a round of drinks. I quickly realized that both Shawn and Joyce would find it very hard to find something on this limited seafood menu that they would put in their mouth. I suggested we finish the round and head out to a more retarded pallet friendly establishment. We ended up at anything but a retarded pallet establishment. The Yard House, A pricy steak, burger and whatnot restaurant with hands down the largest selection of draft beer I've ever seen. The center of the restaurant had a 50 foot long bar with taps circling the interior of the bar. If I didn't mind spending every cent I'd just made I would have left drunk!
Joyce seems to be my unofficial financial advisor and saving coach. If I make a suggestion that may impede on our recently planned western US trip she simply reminds me that I need not waste the money as memories are much better than beer or ice cream! Thanks, Joyce! You will undoubtedly help both save money and keep my current pants fitting. It just sucked that I had the hidden elastic waste band pants on today and didn't even get to use them.
Side note… My underwear were a little more than warn. So much so that the rubber elastic band was showing through and rubbing on my delicate waist. By the time we were at dinner it was near unbearable. I tried cutting them covertly in the booth with a butter knife but that damn elastic proved to be strong. I finally freed myself of the evil constricting elastic tourniquet while in the mens room. I had grabbed a hefty chunk of the underwear and ripped upward. I then skillfully removed the tattered and defeated cloth while still wearing my pants! SKILL! I was much more comfortable but had to walk slower as to not draw attention.
So ok… that may have been the first time in 214 days that I've divulged a bit too much about myself. But I bet you laughed. I'll leave you with the soft and southing sounds of my lighting setup!
AB800 Med Softbox outside of window Full power
AB800 Med Softbox Boomed against floor 1/4 power
AB800 Diffused Beauty Dish Boomed overhead 1/4 power
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# Designer: Benjamin G. Bowden, American, born England 1907-1998
# Manufacturer: Bomard Industries
# Medium: Fiberglass, metal, glass, rubber
# Place Manufactured: Grand Haven, Michigan, USA
# Dates: Prototype designed 1946; Manufactured 1960
# Dimensions: 36 x 40 x 18 in. (91.4 x 101.6 x 45.7 cm)
# Markings: On shaped metal tag on frame beneath handlebars: "BOW / DEN". On metal tag behind seat: "BOMARD INDUSTRIES, INC. / KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI / U.S.PAT.NO. 2,537,325 / Canadian Pat. No. 1951 / SERIAL NO. [engraved] B009905"
# Collections: Decorative Arts
# Museum Location: This item is on view in Luce Visible Storage and Study Center, 5th Floor
# Accession Number: 2001.36
# Credit Line: Marie Bernice Bitzer Fund
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