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© Art Streiber If you ever need to shoot a theater full of Stormtroopers, you know who to call: Art Streiber, master of crazy lighting setups and shoots so complicated they’d make most of us cry. For Wired’s March 2013 issue, Art shot a bevy of Star Wars denizens, including R2D2, Chewbacca, and Darth Vader [...]
©John Tsiavis John Tsiavis has made a name for himself by his effortless yet evocative portraits of celebrities. But as we all you know, you need to step out of your comfort zone from time to time. When John was asked to shoot a series of images that were “unique in an interesting way” he saw [...]
Shooting outdoors always has its challenges, and when you’re shooting an ad for a car, the art director has locked down your camera, and you can’t move the car, you’ve got more than a few challenges to overcome. Peter Dawson, though, is up to the task and he reveals some of his techniques in this [...]
Photographer Morgan Moller has written a great blog post in which he gives a detailed account of a recent shoot with musician and renaissance man Marques Toliver. Morgan begins from the very beginning, explaining how the shoot came to be and how he prepared, and goes on to describe how he utilized the Pro-7b and the [...]
Mark Wallace walks you through using zones, or groups, wirelessly in this video from AdoramaTV. Mark sets up six Profoto D1 lights: a White Softlight Reflector as the key, a 2×3’ Softbox for fill, two kicker lights aimed into V-flats to highlight the model’s cheeks, and two different background lights — one with a 5 Degree [...]
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©Eric Chang Not many photographers can brag about having their prints hanging on a wall in sir Elton John’s home. But Eric Chang can. And just like the knighted singer, Eric likes his art exceptionally extravagant and beautifully bizarre. Eric Chang is a Los Angeles-based photographer and film director born in East Java, Indonesia. The [...]
© Gina LeVay The legendary New York punk club, CBGB, may have closed, but they still run an annual music festival with 700 performers, playing in over 150 venues in NYC. Photographer Gina LeVay got the gig, photographing music legends such as Krist Novoselic (Nirvana) and Duff McKagan (Guns n’ Roses) to promote the festival. [...]
We were first introduced to the work of Brittany McLaren through her project Meet the Quirkies, whose lighthearted subject matter and bright, poppy lighting style caught our eye. Since then, she’s been hard at work shooting more projects and graciously filling us in on the details. Read on for her account of the shoot, a behind the scenes [...]
©Andrea Belluso Andrea Belluso is an experienced photographer with more than three decades in the business. Over the years, Andrea has shot everything and everyone from supermodels and celebrities to fashion, beauty and stock photography. In addition, Andrea works as a light shaper evangelist at the Profoto headquarters in Stockholm. Once a month Andrea shares [...]
This video from Mark Wallace is all about ringflashes, what they are, and how to use them. Using a Acute2/D4 Ring flash and Softlight Reflector, he demonstrates the differences between using a ring flash on camera and off, as a key light and fill light, and between it and a traditional softbox. He says, “it’s hard to Continue reading