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Shooting Into The Light

When using flash I like to experiment at times and try different lighting techniques. I wanted to get a silhouette look but I didn’t have a white background available. I thought “what if I put the light source (softbox) directly behind the subject?” Yes… In these two photos the softbox IS the actual background.

These two images are straight out of camera with no post processing. I shot these black and white JPG.

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Photography. Dance. Music.

Photography and music are big passions of mine. While I’d argue that I cannot dance, I really have the utmost respect and admiration for those who can. For this shoot I photographed a young lady who is involved in music, dance, acting, and modeling. Talk about talent. She’s got it. Here are a few images we ended up with for the day…

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Black and White On Both Sides

Here are a couple of images that I recently made that will be in “Black and White On Both Sides” which is a book I will be publishing later this summer. I have really enjoyed playing with lighting over the last several years. I really like high contrast and low key black and white imagery. I decided to take on a project that consisted of nothing but just that.

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The above image was created with a speed light placed directly behind the subject.

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The above images was made using a speed light inside of an octabox to camera left.

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