Exclusive highlight shoot from Mo Yassin.
My theme was “Eventually ” which was interesting for me and so I tried to view the word from different perspectives.
My first take was a gloomy one and it was the eventuality of an inescapable death in the form of the “Chest Burster” from the Alien universe. Once that face hugger plants it’s seed, then it’s all over and it’s just a matter of time before it’ll eventually burst out and kill you.
My second take was that of a calculative one and that took the form of Altair the Assassin (from the original Assassin’s Creed) there is a certain beauty to him just sitting on a roof top waiting for a target before eventually finding and killing them.
My third take was about a fallen hero – Superman. From the story arc in Injustice it talks about how a man can eventually snap if put in the harshest of conditions. The joker put Superman in a very dark spot by tricking him into killing his family and so it was simply a matter of time until he eventually snapped.
My fourth take was about war – two alien species.. at the peak of their food chains… one relishes off the hunt and the other survival. Naturally it was a matter of time before an all out war happened between them.
My last one was about defeat. It’s an eventual defeat by venom and I always assumed one day Spidey’s rogue gallery would get the best of him and I just bet venom would love to hold spidey up for a camera shot for the Bugle when he defeats Spidey.
All in all it was a blast doing these and I hope you all enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed shooting them. Thanks again to the Exclu Collective team and I hope you all have a nice day!
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Last modified: November 21, 2017