April 27th, 2010 01:11AM

Images by Claudio Beier

Above you can see the images published on the 2010/04 issue of Audi Magazine Brazil. The concept for the shoot was to portray the new Audi R8 V10 year 2010 in the modern, yet tropical scenery of Miami. The shoot happened during the first week of December of last year, coinciding with Miami’s Art Basel. With many journalists from around the world waiting to Test-Drive the new R8 V10 version, we felt privileged to be able to shoot the car for almost half a day. Between Miami Beach, the Brickell area and Key Biscayne we managed to get some incredible action shots and blend the car with the city’s atmosphere. For more shots from that day Click Here.

SKY SWIMMER – First Short Film by Claudio Beier is coming!

April 9th, 2010 08:09PM

Hey everybody! Soon you will be able to watch my first short film titled the “Sky Swimmer”. All shot with the Canon 5D Mark II HDSLR at 24p. Underwater footage included! The idea came after a test shoot, which one of the frames you can see below. Stay put. I’ll be releasing it in the next few days. Hope you enjoy it.

Hawaii Book by Claudio Beier & Guido Beier (Son&Father)

April 1st, 2010 05:38AM

Hey, here’s a visit to a recent past. My father and I went to Hawaii for two weeks at the end of 2006. The result, besides great fun, incredible memories, awesome father and son bonding was a very large amount of photographs. We both like to photograph, but my father is extremely trigger happy. Those who know him are laughing now… He fires while walking, while riding his bike, while driving a scooter…the Dude is insane…Nothing wrong with that if you have enough room on your HDs, and lots of time to edit. Better safe than sorry. “Shoot away…” The editing took me a while, and the book ended up being my father’s Christmas present. At this point he might be in need of another copy. His is worn out of so much showing around. Here you go Dad, check out the online version before you get your new hard copy.

Uma Viagem a Gente Nunca Esquece – Hawaii 2006 por Claudio Beier e Guido Beier

The Frustrated Photographer – Video Pitch to liveBooks

March 31st, 2010 02:43PM

Here is a hilarious video that I just came across. It was pitched as an ad for liveBooks by Hamilton Partners. Although the series was never made, this video is worth watching and will certainly get some laughs out of photographers and art directors out there. Enjoy!

For credits and an in depth story behind the film go to: Vimeo

New Mailing Stamps for CLAUDIO BEIER photography

March 19th, 2010 11:00PM

JUST ARRIVED! My new custom mailing stamps for CLAUDIO BEIER photography are here. Check them out below! It’s all part of a campaign. More details to come.

How long will it last…

Stamps in detail


March 19th, 2010 12:34PM

Check out what Alexx Henry and Viv Mag just did for the magazine’s recent cover and featured spread. The work that this collaboration put together is simply stunning. The entire production was certainly something that no average magazine is going to be able to produce, especially on a regular basis, but it certainly shows new possibilities and opens another amazing door for creativity. With the iPad coming out in a couple of weeks now and naturally its followers, we definitely are entering a new era of publishing, and reader interaction.


VIV Mag Interactive Feature Spread – iPad Demo from Alexx Henry on Vimeo.


VIV Mag Featurette: A Digital Magazine Motion Cover and Feature for the iPad from Alexx Henry on Vimeo.

For the cover click (Read more…)

NEW Promo Card ready for press

March 17th, 2010 05:46AM

I am excited to share with you a freshly designed promo card for CLAUDIO BEIER photography. Soon the new batch will be here straight from California, where Modernpostcard is producing them.



Time Lapse Jean Yves Photo Shoot 2009

February 18th, 2010 12:07AM

Above you will be able to watch a “bird’s eye view” of the entire studio being set up, the building of the background sets, and the ongoing shoot for Jean Yves Designer’s catalog shot over at Splashlight Miami. You are about to watch four long days compressed into 2:05 minutes.  When my assistants watch this they will get tired all over again I’m sure. Thanks a bunch Alex and David!!! The whole shoot was a great success! Thanks to all involved for your great work! Enjoy the memory.

Wired Magazine goes Digital – Tablet App

February 16th, 2010 08:53PM

Check out this amazing video demo by Wired Magazine on what could be the beginning of a new era for the publishing industry. With the introduction of the Apple iPad, magazines and newspapers that were once struggling with smaller and smaller customer bases, and fleeing advertisers, might get a second wind and potentially be able to re-invent themselves. Basically any periodical out there will have an exponentially wider field to interact with customers, tell stories, showcase advertisers, and share opinions as this new technology opens doors that we were not even thinking about not too long ago. The “Race” just got faster and much more interesting. Photographers, writers, videographers, advertisers, readers, art directors, magazine editors and the list goes on, should all be extremely excited and restless about this new age to come. As a photographer, I just can’t wait for it to happen, to be able to share better imagery and tell stories in so many different ways.

Seen from a Different Perspective

February 1st, 2010 11:23AM

In the collage above I find myself not looking from a different perspective, but being seen from one. Unlike regular behind the scenes photographs that we photographers are used to collect, or even the “traditional” photographer’s self-portrait, where one aims a camera at a mirror (nothing against it, I’m guilty of it too), this image captures the exact view of the subject.

In this case, friend and Splashlight’s studio manager Beto Pacheco does a remarkable job of shooting me while being photographed and directed at the same time. It was simply for the fun of it during a studio demo in a private event. His camera was triggering the Profoto power packs through it’s own on-camera flash. In the end nobody got hurt, and we had some very good laughs while at it. On the right Subject/Photographer Beto Pacheco.