Time flies fast. Our blog turns four this year, but its purpose is the same today as when we started – to present inspiring images, shot by both established and upcoming photographers from all over the world. Looking back, we think we’ve done a pretty good job, but the world is a big place, and it is hard to keep track of all the talent out there. There is really just one solution to this problem. We need to grow.
That is why the Profoto US blog now becomes the global Profoto blog. American Ron Egatz will be joined by Fredrik Franzén in Sweden, Matt Wilson in the UK and Alexandre Tessier in France. More will join later, but these are the writers as we speak.
What does this means to you? Well, more frequent blog posts with a wider perspective, to start with. We will have a better chance of staying on track with our rapidly evolving industry. We will be able to visit studios and have face-to-face meeting with photographers from all over the world. We will also be able maintain a closer relationship with our readers, and hopefully answer any questions you might have regarding our posts or light shaping in general.
We will simply continue doing what we have done for the last four years. We will just try to do it more often – and hopefully even better.
Say hello to our new writers, and stay tuned for the very first post on our re-launched blog. We promise it will be something special.