Onsite Manufacturing Photo Shoot and Clipping Out
Mark Kelly is an experienced sheep farmer and electrician. Frustrated by the expense and labours of dipping his sheep he constructed a Heath Robinson solution using an old oil tank and scrap parts. Mark found his system safe, efficient and easy to use and so successful was this prototype in treating his own sheep that he soon found it was attracting the interest of neighbouring farmers who were interested in the system for treating their own sheep.
The Dipfast showering system was readied for market by 2017 after a three-year R&D process working closely with Harlequin Plastics. The photo shoot required a number of shots to illustrate the various configurations of the system. We manoeuvred the equipment against a blank wall and bracketed for even exposure and were grateful for occluded skies and flat light.
The clipping process was very labor intensive but the clipped out images gave the designers enormous graphic flexibility for the brochure layout.