I want a Broncolor Para 220, but I can’t shell out the 7 grand that B&H charges for that apartment filling monster light. Fortunately there is a very cheap alternative that kind of gives that special hip hop video lighting effect for a couple of hundred dollars.
This is a quick demo montage that I shot for myself as a test for a lighting technique. This was shot at night using only artificial light. I wanted a really gritty feel to go with the texture of the hands and the tobacco so I raked a single softbox from behind the subject for maximum detail.
to pilot a modified Cessna across several countries with a camera bolted underneath, wired with GPS’s and laptops to fly to a known and plotted location over open ocean with pilot and photographer wearing life vests to shoot ACTUAL environmental destruction as it happens in perfect light is a hell of a task
Some things are best left unmolested- paintings by Hieronymus Bosch, a perfect ripe fig, Ennio Morricone scores, and mojitos. These days everything is remixed, mashed with something else, fused culturally , dumbed down and f-ed up to accommodate our ever diminishing attention spans and need to consume newness for the sake of new.
The holy grail of beverage photography is the ability to sync a flash at a high enough speed to stop the liquid, and beverage photographers have been using exotic and expensive lighting to achieve these results. Beverage photographers have traditionally used very high power strobes, dialed to the minimum power settings to create the shortest flash durations.
Shooting a 1958 Leica M3 with film during a quick trip to beautiful Nicaragua.
The beef from Nicaragua is truly sublime, grass fed and naturally lower in fat, it represents one of
Come to Costa Rica on your honeymoon and bring your dress. You can pay me to destroy it for the sake
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