This was actually my client, lending a hand on the shoot.
USC’s HPC – High-Performance Computing – which was a great gig.
Each year like clockwork we would produce a beautiful brochure.
Part of it was shooting in the lab, using graduate students, with the entire wall projecting some element on earth, but… at the molecular level.
This one was done for a potential cover.
This one might be my overall favorite.
A lovely young student posing for an interior spread.
One of their pieces of equipment.
This fellow, Thomas Jordan, is an earthquake scientist, thus, this pose; but, not used.
And this one is my favorite hardware photograph at the HPC center.
Turning off all the ugly fluorescents resulted in a beautiful mood of technology whirring away.
Another lights off effort.
And still another moody one.
HPC was usually worried that something proprietary would display itself, but I think it’s just a lot if wires and cables to most.
They always encouraged me to do macro work on the center, but I did not need encouraging.
A close-up view of coursing 0’s and 1’s.
Another up close viewpoint.
Plugs of some sort, very close-up.
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