"Future Shock - The Saucer"
"The Saucer" was part of a fashion editorial that was inspired by the editor's choice of "futuristic" looking garments. The editor found a vintage Futuro home near the Delaware shore. These 1960's pre-fab fiberglass structures designed by Finnish designer Matti Suuronen, purposely looked like a flying saucer, complete with a fold-down, stairway. It took the magic of Photoshop to turn a worn futuristic icon into a hovering saucer from another world. However, apart from drama added in lighting and removal of unwanted features, the composition is as seen in the final photo.
Biography: Nemo Niemann has been working as a professional photographer since he graduated from college in 1976. In the beginning he focused on photojournalism & sports and finally settled on a career in commercial photography specializing in fashion and lifestyle. Over the years, Nemo has never lost his
love for landscape photography and rarely leaves home without a camera. He has made over twenty trips to Great Britain and eighteen to Ireland. Based commercially in New York now, Nemo shares a farm in Pennsylvania with his wife, Carol, their twin boys, four horses, three cats and a dog named Doolin.