Introducing Pro-10

Written by Jens-Linus Lundgren-Widén on . Posted in News, Videos

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Occasionally, something comes along that changes everything, opening new doors to creative possibilities that were previously out of reach.

Introducing the Profoto Pro-10. It’s the perfect fusion of breathtaking speed and the sort of incredible power that makes it possible to think and create bigger.

This is, quite literally, the fastest studio flash ever made. Having the ability to freeze a moment captured at 1/80,000 of a second is incredible in itself. But the real magic of the Pro-10 is the power to also generate enormous light output in the blink of an eye. So regardless of how much light you need, you’ll always get a faster flash duration.

Also the recycling time between one flash and the next has never been shorter. The Pro-10 is fast enough to easily match the fastest cameras even when the light output is set high. All of which makes it easier to capture the perfect moment by shooting in bursts.

The controls are minimal, easy to handle and illuminated to simplify workflow in a dark studio environment. And you can add AirTTL, which also includes High Speed Sync (HSS), to your workflow toolbox.

Ultimately the Profoto Pro-10 is so much more than the world’s fastest studio flash – it’s your imagination set free. It’s the speed to exceed.

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Behind the scenes at the skateboard ramp with Fujifilm and Profoto B1

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

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Fujifilm X ambassador Ivan Joshua Loh did a skateboarding shoot to try out the new Fujifilm X-T2 camera. Accompanying him was the Profoto B1 Location Kit. Get inspired by his behind the scenes video.

Street photography is not necessarily something one would associate with flash. However, the portability and swiftness of the Profoto B1 Off-Camera Flash made it possible for commercial photographer Ivan Joshua Loh to bring his setup to a skateboard ramp in Singapore.

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How to make your ultra-wide environmental portraits pop with the Profoto B2

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

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Ordinary to extraordinary is a behind the scenes video series where Lin&Jirsa Photography shares their secrets to achieving unique and creative wedding imagery. In this episode Pye shoots ultra-wide angle environmental portraits with backlight.

Ultra-wide angle environmental portraits are immensely popular, since they make for fantastic large format prints. Adding it to your wedding photography portfolio will instantly differentiate you ferom all other wedding photographers.

One risk you are running into when shooting ultra-wide angle environmental portraits with small subjects, they can easily disappear in the background. Backlighting can really make your subjects pop out of your images and at the same time enhance surroundings effects like mist, fog, smoke, or rain.

Watch the video to learn how to create an ultra-wide angle environmental portrait with backlight in five simple steps.

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How to shoot a supercar in New York with the Profoto B1

Written by Michael Roscoe on . Posted in Off-camera flash, On location, Videos

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Start with one Pagani Huayra, an uber-cool urban location, the world’s highest resolution camera system and a Profoto B1 Off-Camera Flash.

When supercar manufacturer Pagani Automobili wanted to create the first photographs of their new Huayra BC model they didn’t take any shortcuts. Getting the right ingredients for the shoot was vital and their first decision was to hire Los Angeles based automotive photographer Richard Thompson III. Richard, renowned for his innovative approach and attention to detail, set to work and after months of planning, location scouting and team selection, the day of the shoot arrived on the 21st May 2016.

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BTS from the Marcelo Vieira shoot

Written by Roberto Garver on . Posted in Videos

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Spanish photographer Roberto Garver got commissioned to shoot some images for Real Madrid C.F. and Brazilian national team player Marcelo Vieira’s social media accounts. He took the opportunity to test some technical and conceptual ideas with different Profoto generators. This is his words about the experimental shoot.

The shoot I did with Marcelo was somewhat improvised. As you might imagine, the agenda of a famous footballer is pretty tight, and we had to plan the shooting with less than a day in advance. I was requested to take some pictures form Marcelo’s social media accounts. Knowing that he is a generous and easy-going person, I thought I ask him if we could play around a bit and execute some technical and creative ideas I had wanting to try out. I wanted his cheerful nature tom really come out with these images. And it did.

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