Posts Tagged ‘Off-camera Flash’

In the spotlight: Flóra Borsi’s animal self-portraits

Written by Jens-Linus Lundgren-Widén on . Posted in Fine art photography, Off-camera flash, Portrait photography

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In the spotlight is an article series featuring up-and-coming shutterbugs that are about to put their mark on the world. In this second part about photographer and visual artist Flóra Borsi, she talks about her acclaimed Animeyed project, shows her latest work and explains why it is her favorite so far.

If you are not already familiar with Flóra Borsi’s breathtaking project Animeyed it is time to pay this multi-talented photographer and her work some attention. The principle behind her photo series is simple yet ingenious.

Using herself as model and her unmatched Photoshop skills Flóra creates portraits posing with animals, matching poses and expressions with the personality of her faunae partners. Her images are so fascinating that she has almost created her own genre, spawning many a copycat.

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Louis Pang’s Shoots Three Different Corporate Portraits With the Profoto B1

Written by Louis Pang on . Posted in Portrait photography

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© Louis Pang

© Louis Pang

Louis Pang is an international, award-winning photographer based in Malaysia. On the Profoto Blog he has previously written about his different shoots. Now he is back with some behind the scene images from a Corporate Shooting in a shopping mall in Borneo.

I was tasked to photograph Dr. Raymond Yu, CEO of IMAGO, the swankiest shopping mall in Borneo. My goal was to walk away with three different shots. The versatility of the Profoto B1, power-cord-free, all-in-one package of hardware makes it a great light for location shoot.

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On-location photography with Esam Hassanyeh

Written by Jens-Linus Lundgren-Widén on . Posted in Off-camera flash, On location

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© Esam Hassanyeh

© Esam Hassanyeh

Shooting on-location portraits in different parts of the world demands both technical and people skills. Photographer Esam Hassanyeh is using his experience to create an as natural situation as possible. He has just came back from a photo project in Ethiopia and showed us his behind the scenes video.

Esam Hassanyeh is a world citizen if ever there was one. He is Lebanese, born in Sierra Leone and grew up in the UK. The last 15 years he spent in Paris, Jakarta and Dubai. Now he is back in London and has just finished a photographic and cultural project with the Hamar tribe in Ethiopia.

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Celebrity portraiture in 19 seconds

Written by Jens-Linus Lundgren-Widén on . Posted in Editorial photography, Portrait photography

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© Ki Price

Celebrity portraiture & fashion photographer Ki Price got 19 seconds to shoot a portrait of Star Wars actor John Boyega. Naturally he chose the Profoto B2 as his companion. We asked him about the experience.

One could say that Ki Price’s way into commercial photography was through cinema. Early on he realized the secret behind masterpieces by the likes of Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch, and Hal Hartley – controlling the lighting. Being a self-taught photographer he started to apply that to his photography.

“I like creating an image rather than just taking it”, Ki Price says. “About 8 years ago I really started to get into lighting with flash and realized when I where sent onto assignments I could change a horrible flowery room into a really dramatic portrait.”

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Rising Light: The tasty still-life photography of Taylor Gill

Written by Harley Anderson on . Posted in Rising light

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© Taylor Gill

Rising Light is an article series highlighting promising photography students from all over the world. This time we meet Taylor Gill at Appalachian State University, who combined her two passions – food and still-life photography.

Taylor Gill is a recent graduate of the Photography Department at Appalachian State University, located in Boone, North Carolina. Judging by her work you’d never suspect the ink on her college degree isn’t even dry yet.

Long before photography entered her life, Taylor had a passion for food and all of the good things related to the experience of preparing, serving, and sharing food with friends and loved ones. It was only a matter of time before she would find a way of blending her love for food and cooking with her newly found love for taking pictures. And her passion for both food and photography shows in her work.

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