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When most people make breakfast, they eat it. When photographer Mark Wiens makes breakfast, it becomes the newest subject for him to shoot in his studio. After his toaster burnt his morning meal, Mark used the toast as well as the toaster to capture two diverse and appealing images of these everyday kitchen items.
Photographer Mark Wiens created some fun and refreshing images for a promotional kit for Corona Familiar Beer. Kits were available in taverns that came with 2 bottles of beer, an ice bucket, branded glasses and limes.
Mark Wiens was selected as Photographer of the Week, Picture of the Day and Picture of the Week on One Eyeland.
Shooting for Field & Stream, Mark Wiens wanted to photograph a hatchet mid-throw as it plummeted through the air. Mark mounted the hatchet on a sliding, rotating arm so it could be photographed at various turns and angles.
Photographer Mark Wiens dove into a unique water project for Delta Faucet that involved solving several technical challenges. Needing an image that showed the Delta faucet turned on as it filled a glass with water, Mark worked with special effects expert, Geoff Binns-Calvey to engineer a set where each component of the final image can be controlled separately but still working all on one set.
Our self proclaimed “lover of trash” Mark Wiens has photographed another piece of rubbish that would normally go unnoticed to the naked eye. Spotting a used foil pan in the trash can of his studio, Mark photographed the discarded container and created something beautiful.