My last shot, totally improvised in less than 4m².
Colleague, Account Exec and stand in model Sophie gave me less than 1 hour after work before she had to skip off to meet a lucky friend for dinner. At least this cut down my options which resulted in a very direct single light set up approach. 1 SB900 above centre with enough fall off to feather the light across Sophie's face and place small...
made the mistake of asking her to be creepy :)
shot with 3 lights -
one on the background, one strip light horizontal above her fave, one strip behind her on camera right.
I have been doing a series of portraits lately but this time around Kylie and I wanted to change it up a bit so we had a play with some dramatic lighting
After watching the recently made tutorials by Chris Knight I was inspired and determined to produce a low key portrait of my own. I'd like to know what you think of it, any comment is welcome :)
New Millennia Woman
I had been driving by this mural (unsigned) for at least a year when I shot the Model, Chernetta Bill in studio for an advertising client. And passing by the mural going home that night it all came together in my head. the rest was simple manipulation.
Model: Chernetta Bill
Hair: Nicole McAndrew
My own family behind the lens this time including our dog buddy. Everyone shot individually and layered in photoshop.
The Maasai warriors of Kenya are known to have preserved their culture for decades,their way of life has not changed with the wind of civilization.This project focuses on one Maasai warrior in the big and ever changing city of New York, will his culture and beliefs be drowned in these ever shifting winds?
the same model, two styles, working on an ongoing project about gender nonconformity
The image was taken with two lighting set up.With D500,24-70 at 70mm,1/200,7.1,ISO 200.
Shot with natural light. Sigma 50mm 1.4 , at about f/2.8. Would love CC.
She's bold,she's strong,she glows in the dark,she's built by the same blocks that tore her down.
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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