Posts with tag: "Lighting"
The Awakening
Friday, January 11, 2013
The Awakening

I am excited to bring another behind the scenes look into the depths of my imagination and provided detailed educational resources to how I accomplished the concept I had painted in my mind.  Feel free to read this post in its entirety or simply scroll down if you want jump straight to the video.The concept of this shoot came from the inner workings of my imagination some time ago in dream.  I realize this sounds cliche, but each of us knows how amazing and terrifying our dreams can be.  Nonetheless, I was fortunate to remember this particular dream out of all the ones I commonly forget. I had the desire to write it down in my ...

A Little Education on Light Ratios
Monday, December 10, 2012
The Awakening

 Shooting family Portraits will always make you a better photographer as no two families are the same and each will present their own challenges to overcome.  Before taking the leap in to full time photography, I worked with Bill (the father of the family picutured in this post) on the fire department.  I have had the opportunity watch his family grow and shoot family's portraits a couple times now. These were all shot with a simple one light setup consisting of an Elinchrom Ranger Quadra with a 60" Umbrella.  Fortunatley it was an overcast day making locations easy as there were no hard or harsh shadows or areas competing with the minimal ...