Photographer Urs Buhlman launches 'Bear Stock' still image library specialising in location backgrounds for 3D CGI Automotive models

Bear Stock 3.jpgAwarded Sydney Car & Landscape photographer Urs Buhlman has launched Australia's first independent stills image library, Bear Stock, specialising in location backgrounds for 3D CGI Automotive models.

With the long overdue launch of a stock library simply named "Bear Stock" specialising in roadscapes, seascapes, landscapes, urbanscapes, people, conceptual images, HDRI 360º domes and more Buhlman is ready for a good flat head fish.

The site can be viewed here at www.bearstock.com and for any enquiries contact Josie King via email here or on + 61 (0) 412 569366.
Bear Stock 4.jpgSays Buhlman: "Having worked so closely and so intensely with our long suffering web designers I can now understand why most sane image makers choose not to go down this path and to see it live is incredibly rewarding."

Swiss born Buhlman was named after the Usus constellation, which in translation Bear Stock 1.jpgmeans "Bear" and hence the name was born. 

Says Buhlman: "The transition to creating my own stock library seemed a natural progression. Our industry tends to rise and fall like the tides and in an effort to stabilise my professional life I've drawn on my experience as a car photographer and developed a site that offers premium stock images specialisingBear Stock 2.jpg in roadscape backgrounds for CGI purposes. I like to think of Bear Stock as the HDRI Road Photo Specialists"

"As we like say at Bear Stock, welcome to the bear stock den... happy hunting!"

5 Comments

gorgan said:

Brilliant idea, Urs. No more sitting in empty car parks at 4am shooting car commercials without a car!

Sputnik said:

Well done Urs. Great looking site wish you all the best with it. Good to see a photographer like you taking the initiative.

Captainshiraz said:

Smart move mate, survive.

Baz Luhrman said:

Anagram, anyone?

N said:

Good shooter, good thinking.

There's whole villages in China churning out virtual models of cars.
Now they've got somewhere to park them all.

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