A while back, a friend of mine, Erin Barnes Nicoletti, who has a degree in graphic arts from Boston University, kindly designed a logo for me. The logo was printed onto an iron-on transfer and placed on a plain white tank top. I thought it would be fun to get an image of a model posing in this top along with an impressive-looking Mamiya RZ67 medium format camera, as shown here with Andrelica:
Since the Mamiya was on a tripod, and my Nikon was also on a tripod, I had Andrelica change her shoes and pose on the opposite side. This made it easy to composite, since both images were in register:
Obviously, any background can be used. The background behind Tiffany is from the front of a court building in Fresno, California:
These were fun to make. I have a gallery of them called Promotional Series on my main web page. Here are two versions of Anne in front of a shot from Carmel, California:
Here is a simple studio shot of Anne:
The next step will be to have the logo professionally printed onto a garment. It will cost more than an iron-on transfer, but the quality will be so much better.