This project had it’s challenges, but the most difficult one was staying clear of the sharp hooks. No sudden moves are allowed around the hooks. Even when you feel the hook biting on your skin, you need to stay calm and asses the situation. Seriously, sharp as scalpels.
On the photography side, I had to figure out a way to position the little buggers, and have the hooks tilted backwards and also get the lighting just right to show the shapes, not as easy when dealing with small items.
The creative set was quite fun to do. You start with a few elements, add a little bit of this and a little bit of that, tweak the light, change the lens, try again, take a break, and another break, and hope the client will be happy with the results, and he was :).