SWEN Membrane ad photographed by Nils Gunnebro with a Kontron ProgRes camera

In 1987, I started a new studio for corporate and product presentations with a sound studio, 2 and 3D computer graphics, MGI Solitaire 4K film recorder with 4x5 and 35 film backs. Develop machinery for Kodak processes E6 and R3 and a computerized TC 1800 camera from David Trotter.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examples of 2D and 3D computer graphics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sound studio

 

Vision & Sound demo tape cassette cover. Forox camera zoom effects Vision & Sound logo by Nils Gunnebro
Kontron ProgRes 3012
Elektroskandia lights photographed by Nils Gunnebro with Kontron ProgRes 3008
2D and 3D computer graphics by Nils Gunnebro
Forox camera effects
ProofMaster software RIP installation
Forox-camera-effects
AWARD WINNING Flower Photographer Nils Gunnebro, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,
Mangum Sickles camera, Sickles camera, Sickles,Sickles Model 4200, Sickles camera, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,


Flower portrait
by Nils Gunnebro

Nils Gunnebro´s Sound studio 1991, Gunnebro Sound Studio, Sound Studio, Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

Demo cassette tape cover. Zoom and neon were also popular Forox camera effects made from black and white originals!

Forox animated effects

Popular 80's motif, shiny corporate logo in outer space  made from a black and white original   view >>

Forox camera

 

1984 I competed in the U.S. with trick photos made with a Forox camera. Raced in three classes, metallic, stars, outer space and won them all.

 

Leader writer at the English magazine Audio Visual wrote: “Forox European rostrum image competition. Images provided by the contests ́ equivalent of Carl Lewis – multiple winner Nils Gunnebro.

 

Nils Gunnebro won no less than 3 categories and
got an honorable mention as well”.

1970 I started my photo studio with IBM Svenska AB as the first customer, a collaboration that lasted for over 12 years.

 

1971 I started (for quality reasons) to develop all
my color film as I did until 1993.

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Mangum Sickles camera

 

1975 I was asked if I could help to develop “speaker support images” that were better looking than their competitors. A year later, I had developed a technology (Multiflex dia®) that made it possible from black and white originals produce colorful text and graphics images by making many different exposures with masks in a single frame.

 

1978, I developed an “in door masking system" which facilitated the work of producing selling images.

SWEN Membrane photographed with a Kontron ProgRes camera

 

In 1992, I started photographing digitally in my studio with ProgRes 3008® camera and from 1996 with a Kontron ProgRes 3012®. The images gamut was huge (for that time) with a image size up to 32 Mb.

 

Note that the camera lacks a viewfinder!

 

The image was mirrored on the computer screen and when the image was vibrating, the subject 
was in focus. Having a large 
monitor screen as a viewfinder 
was quite useful when I would 
photograph for an advertisement.
Made a sketch of the ad on plastic
film that was attached to the monitor screen so I were able to place the product exactly in the ad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elektroskandia lights photographed with ProgRes 3008®

 

 

Dicomed Imaginator workstation

 

1985 I started working with computer graphics. Invested in a Dicomed D38, Imaginator workstation and the D148C color film recorder (in the background),

For the last 25 years (1994) I have also run a business to business (B2B) agency focusing on electric technology wholesale and medicine technical companies.

 

Today I work with floral portraits under the slogan:



My flowers are like prima donnas!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They want to be in the spotlight and get all the attention.

 

I want to relate me respectfully to each flower's peculiarity.

That's why I spent considerable time into lighting.

 

My ambition is shaping every flower in such a way that

the flower's beauty is emphasized.

I introduced 2001 the ProofMaster software RIP based on a PDF workflow recording to ISO/FOGRA standard.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proofmaster installation at the advertising agency Valentin & Byhr in Gothenburg

 

 

1986 I sold my company and I took a year 
off by working as an art director and 
photographer in Japan and Italy for
Victor Hasselblad AB.

 

Produced a 14 (single screen) 
slide show to the world premiere of
the Hasselblad PCP 80 Slide Projector 
on Photokina in Cologne/Khöln Germany

Forox-camera-outer-space-effects

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rostrum camera, Forox rostrum camera, Forox animation camera, rostrum camera, rostrum, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

 

Vision & Sound demo tape cassette cover. Forox camera zoom effects Vision & Sound logo by Nils Gunnebro
AWARD WINNING Flower Photographer Nils Gunnebro, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

Forox-camera-outer-space-effects
Mangum-Sickles-camera; Sickles-camera
Forox-camera; Forox-animation-camera; Forox-rostrum-camera

AWARD WINNING Flower Photographer Nils Gunnebro, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

AWARD WINNING Flower Photographer Nils Gunnebro, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

1970 I started my photo studio with IBM  AB  as the first customer a collaboration that lasted for over 12 years.

 

1971 I started (for quality reasons) to develop all my color film as I did until 1993.

 

Mangum Sickles camera, Sickles camera, Sickles,Sickles Model 4200, Sickles camera, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

Mangum Sickles camera

 

1975 I was asked if I could help to develop “speaker support images”  that were better looking than their competitors. A year later,
I had developed a technology (Multiflex dia®) that made it possible from black and white originals produce colorful text and graphics images by making many different exposures with masks in a single frame.

 

1978, I developed an “indoor masking system" which facilitated the work of producing selling images.

 

Vision & Sound demo tape cassette cover. Forox camera zoom effects Vision & Sound logo by Nils Gunnebro

Forox camera

 

1984 I competed in the U.S. with trick photos made with a Forox camera. Raced in three classes, metallic, stars, outer space and won them all.

 

Leader writer at the English magazine Audio Visual wrote: “Forox European rostrum image competition. Images provided by the contests ́ equivalent of Carl Lewis – multiple winner Nils Gunnebro.

 

Nils Gunnebro won no less than
3 categories and got an honorable mention as well”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Popular 80's motif, shiny corporate logo in outer space  made from a black and white original   view >>

Forox-camera-outer-space-effects

Demo cassette tape cover. Zoom and neon were also popular Forox camera effects made from black and white originals!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forox animated effects

Forox camera effects
Forox-camera-effects

Dicomed Imaginator workstation

 

1985 I started working with computer graphics. Invested in a Dicomed D38, Imaginator workstation and the D148C color film recorder (in the background),

 

 

1986 I sold my company and I took a year off by working as an art director and photographer in Japan and Italy
for Victor Hasselblad AB.

 

Produced a 14 (single screen)
slide show to the world
premiere of the Hasselblad
PCP 80 Slide Projector on
Photokina in Cologne/Khöln Germany

 

SWEN Membrane ad photographed by Nils Gunnebro with a Kontron ProgRes camera

In 1987, I started a new studio for corporate and product presentations with a sound studio, 2 and 3D computer graphics, MGI Solitaire 4K film recorder with 4x5 and 35 film backs. Develop machinery for Kodak processes E6 and R3 and a computerized TC 1800 camera from David Trotter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examples of 2D and 3D computer graphics

 







Sound studio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SWEN Membrane photographed with
a Kontron ProgRes camera

 

 

2D and 3D computer graphics by Nils Gunnebro
Nils Gunnebro´s Sound studio 1991, Gunnebro Sound Studio, Sound Studio, Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,
Kontron ProgRes 3012
Elektroskandia lights photographed by Nils Gunnebro with Kontron ProgRes 3008
ProofMaster software RIP installation

1992 I started shooting digitally in my studio with ProgRes 3008® camera and from 1996 with a ProgRes 3012®.  The images gamut was huge (for that time) with a image size up to 32 Mb.

 

Note that the camera lacks a viewfinder!

 

The image was mirrored on the computer screen and when the image was vibrating, the subject was in focus.
Having a large monitor
screen as a viewfinder
was quite useful when
I would photograph for
an advertisement. Made a sketch of the ad on plastic film that was attached to the monitor screen so I were able to place the product exactly in the ad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elektroskandia lights photographed with ProgRes 3008®

 

 --------------------  In 1998, I  introduced ---------------------  a  Proofing Solutions ---------------------  BESTcolor (EFI) to ---------------------  Sweden, a software RIP that could simulate an offset print with an ink-jet printer. Now you could see a brochure or folder before it was printed, which saved both time and money.

 

 

 

 

I introduced 2001 the ProofMaster software RIP based on a PDF workflow recording to ISO/FOGRA standard.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

ProofMaster installation at the advertising agency  Valentin & Byhr in Gothenburg

 

 

For the last 25 years (1994) I have also run a business to business (B2B) agency focusing on electric technology wholesale and medicine technical companies.

 

 

Today I work with floral portraits under the slogan:

 

My flowers are like prima donnas!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They want to be in the spotlight and get all the attention.

 

I want to relate me respectfully to each flower's peculiarity. That's why I spent considerable time into lighting.

 

My ambition is shaping every flower in such a way that the flower's beauty is emphasized.

 

AWARD WINNING Flower Photographer Nils Gunnebro, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,
Mangum Sickles camera, Sickles camera, Sickles,Sickles Model 4200, Sickles camera, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,

Mangum Sickles camera

 

1975 I was asked if I could help to develop “speaker support images”  that were better looking than their competitors. A year later, I had developed a technology (Multiflex dia®) that made it possible from black and white originals produce colorful text and graphics images by making many different exposures with masks in a single frame.

 

1978, I developed an “indoor masking system" which facilitated the work of producing selling images.

 

rostrum camera, Forox rostrum camera, Forox animation camera, rostrum camera, rostrum, Photographer Nils Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,
Vision & Sound demo tape cassette cover. Forox camera zoom effects Vision & Sound logo by Nils Gunnebro
Forox-camera-outer-space-effects
Forox camera effects
Forox-camera-effects
SWEN Membrane ad photographed by Nils Gunnebro with a Kontron ProgRes camera
2D and 3D computer graphics by Nils Gunnebro
Nils Gunnebro´s Sound studio 1991, Gunnebro Sound Studio, Sound Studio, Gunnebro, fotograf Nils Gunnebro,
Elektroskandia lights photographed by Nils Gunnebro with Kontron ProgRes 3008
ProofMaster software RIP installation

Elektroskandia lights photographed with

 --------------------In 1998, I  introduced ---------------------a  Proofing Solutions ---------------------BESTcolor (EFI) to ---------------------Sweden, a software RIP that could simulate an offset print with an ink-jet printer. Now you could see a brochure or folder before it was printed, which saved both time and money.

 

 

 

 

I introduced 2001 the ProofMaster software RIP based on a PDF workflow recording to ISO/FOGRA standard.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

ProofMaster installation at the advertising agency  Valentin & Byhr in Gothenburg

 

 

For the last 25 years (1994) I have also run a business to business (B2B) agency focusing on electric technology wholesale and medicine technical companies.

 

 

Today I work with floral portraits under the slogan:

 

My flowers are like prima donnas!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I want to relate me respectfully to each flower's peculiarity. That's why
I spent considerable time into lighting.

 

My ambition is shaping every flower in such a way that the flower's beauty is emphasized.