The Month in Review: October

Written by Fredrik Franzén on . Posted in News

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Time flies. Another month has passed, and it is once again time to revisit the most popular stories from the last couple of weeks. Here are the top five from October:

  • Ari Magg: Nordic Light
    If you have not yet read our interview with Icelandic photographer Ari Magg, and, most importantly, if you have not yet seen his images, you are missing out on something special.
  • Silver & Light, part II
    Our favorite (and admittedly only) guest blogger Ian Ruhter returned with a second video. If extraordinary dedication and unique lighting techniques is what gets your creative juices flowing, this is a must.
  • Webinar: The Beauty of Hard Light
    Our latest webinar was recorded and can now be watched as a video. Do not miss this opportunity to better understand the hard side of lighting!
  • Shallow Depth-of-Field for Studio Portraiture
    Mark Wallace always delivers. This time he uses a variety of lighting setups to get some beautifully dreamy portraits with shallow depth of field. Highly recommended.
  • Gordon Andersson’s Dancer in the Dark
    Swedish photographer Gordon Andersson used the continuous light unit ProTungsten to shoot artful portraits of a dancer. Beautiful stuff.


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