Sunday, August 24, 2008

Gordon Biersch review


photos &copy Mark M. Hancock and The Dallas Morning News

Gordon Biersch brewery-restaurant is open for business in Plano on Wednesday, July 16, 2008. The microbrewery chain also opened a new franchise earlier this month in Taipei, Taiwan.


Gordon Biersch manager Shane Jackson poses for a portrait at the brewery-restaurant.



Gordon Biersch offers a hummus and goat cheese salad with chicken (clockwise from front), a barbecue bacon burger with garlic fries and Steak Frites along with their custom brews at the brewery-restaurant.



Gordon Biersch offers Steak Frites at the brewery-restaurant.



Gordon Biersch brewer David Huls poses for a portrait at the brewery-restaurant in Plano.


2 comments:

Jamie said...

Once again, a terrific job on these commercial shots. I have one to do this weekend and I'm looking at your work for inspiration.

Mark M. Hancock said...

Thanks. :-)

Many commercial shots appear editorial and editorial shots appear commercial.

These are actually editorial. It boils down to the purpose of the shots (who's paying) and where the subjects look.

If the subjects are somewhat static and look into the camera, it's probably editorial. If they're static and looking off axis, it's probably commercial.

If the subjects are very active and look off axis, it could be either.