Photography and Acting

Written by Ron Egatz on . Posted in News, Portrait photography

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Photographer Eric Eggly recently blogged about an exciting experience he had. Director Gorman Bechard asked him to appear in his film Broken Side of Time. Eggly was asked to portray a photographer doing a photo shoot with the main character, an Internet model.

Eggly came up with some impressive images. Not just acting, he completed a true shoot on location in a diner. The shoot was lit with four Profoto ComPact 1200 strobes and one Profoto Acute 2400 strobe pack, triggered by PocketWizard units.

Looks like a nice production, all the way around. Now that we’ve seen the photos, we’re looking forward to catching the film itself. Nice job, Eric!


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