My last work.
Hi guys, I'm new to the forums and wanted some help and feed back. I'm new to the photography and want to learn as much as I can. Tips and advice are greatly appreciated. What I can do better or techniques that can help me grow.
Let me know what you think. Shot with a7r + 55/1.8.
The first two were shot in an art gallery in front a huge dot matrix LED screen. The second two were lit with a couple IKEA lamps.
Photographer - Alex Logaiski
Model - Brittany Cavaco
Location - PhotostudioBrooklyn
Equipment - Canon 5DMIII+50mm 1.2+one 47" octa
Here a set of images I shot for a bartender series. Let me know what you think! Mahalo
I had the honor of doing a photoshoot to Vladimir Guerrero at his home in the Dominican Republic and this is part of the result.
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She's bold,she's strong,she glows in the dark,she's built by the same blocks that tore her down.
This was my first attempt at doing a dramatic headshot using my Profoto B2 what do you think.
Self portrait - Messing around in photoshop trying to get that Platon power look
Hi all, I am new to your lovely community
I would like to start submitting part of my work in online completions and magazines but I think my candidate lists are rather short.
Apart from the WPPI event I do not know many other places I can try to test my skills. To be honest still WPPI is not my league and I am looking for places...
I suppose if I had a bag full of Hasselblads I might be ready to crow about it, but my couple of aging mid range Nikon's isn't going to get anyone on the edge of their seats. However, I am new to the community and came across this group and the idea of telling what's in my bag and the notion of a 'Dramatic Portrait' sort of inspired this.
Attempted some drama in this shot. Taken out doors in bright sunlight. Was some work to pull out the "drama".
Mo's firm hired me to make an image for an ad announcing he had reached a settlement on behalf of a client who was killed by an exploding airbag. They originally wanted just a standard headshot, but I pitched them an idea for something a little more creative that would stand out from the typical imagery in the publications that would be running...