One video that crossed our desk the other day was by Los Angeles photographer Kesler Tran. His use of pretty simple lighting in a very remote location really creates for some great photographs. A lot of you will really appreciate the extra effort Kesler takes to build a simple two sided mini studio wall out in the desert. It is this sort of thinking that can really add that extra special something when working with models on location where the horizon is very straight and simple. You can easily turn a glam type shot into something much more powerful and more fashionable. It also does not hurt when you are working with French model Nadege Dabrowski either :)
I have been trying to contact Kesler to give us some insight into his thoughts and creative process during this photoshoot. So Kesler, if you are out there, send us some simple information about the gear you are using, what you were shooting for, and how you planned out this amazing photoshoot.
View more of Kesler Tran's work at http://www.keslertran.com/
Patrick Hall is the cofounder of Fstoppers.com and a wedding photographer in Charleston, South Carolina