Mitchel Wu Toy Photography Behind the Scenes: Flintmobile Pursuit
Updated: Jun 11, 2021
Here's quick BTS on my Flintmobile being pursued by a huge, monstrous hand. I photographed it in my backyard, where I actually create a lot of my images, and it's fast become one of my most popular images ever. I think it's because of a few factors - first, the Flintmobile is simply a really cool toy (from Hot Wheels). Second, there's a really fun story behind it. And third, the practical effects of the water splashing just adds a big wow factor to the image. This video and the following still photos will give you a good glimpse into how I created this image.
I created this image using the Canon 5D Mark III paired with the Canon 135mm f/2L - ISO 800, f/2 at 1/2000 sec. You need to shoot at a higher speed like this if you want to capture and freeze the fine details of the splash. The camera was mounted on my Manfrotto 055 Carbon Fiber tripod. Thank you to my sponsors at Manfrotto, Spider Holster and Lowepro camera bags.