Panorama Mixing and Mastering

Recently got together with an excellent mastering engineer who recently built his own studio. Nick has been working on this studio for the past 6 months building and piecing everything together and now that the space is finally completed he needed some shots to launch the new business.

 The 14mm f2,8 is insanely wide, which works wonderfully in smaller spaces.

The 14mm f2,8 is insanely wide, which works wonderfully in smaller spaces.

The shots were to be used throughout his website (which looks fantastic) as well as for general promotional purposes such as social networking etc.

 A slightly more isometric view of the room. The walls are baffled and completely floating.

A slightly more isometric view of the room. The walls are baffled and completely floating.

Nick has put an insane amount of work into acoustically tweaking the room so it sounds as good as possible. The walls, which are floating panels made from acoustically transparent baffle, pair with the stepped ceiling.  Nick tried to explain the theory behind it all but 99% of it went over my head.

 Environmental portrait to go along with his engineer profile.

Environmental portrait to go along with his engineer profile.

While he was only originally after room shots, I thought it would be best to supply Nick with some portraits and working shots to go on the website. It's a one man operation and it's always good to put a face to the name. We did a quick posed shot, then worked through a few different angles as he showed me how everything worked.

It's always hard to visualize the final product when looking at singular images, but once Nick released his website to the public I was over the moon how it looked. Some quick screen shots are below but for the real thing, go check it out for yourself!

Copyright Robert Geary
Copyright Robert Geary