One of the biggest challenges that we face as photographers is developing our own style that is not only recognizable, but resonates with our target audience. Many of us start the quest as solely natural light photographers and some choose to stay here indefinitely, which is fine. Sure, there are many ways that natural light can be manipulated, however, this is such a limiting factor both developmentally and financially. A very common and natural progression for portrait photographers is the transition from natural light to toying with artificial light.
Check out this fantastic post from photographer Tim Gerges with a Behind the Scenes look at a recent shoot!
To light masterfully takes a careful hand and keen eye. That is exactly what photographer Ben Sager was equipped with, alongside his broncolor lighting tools.
For commercial photographers, self-assigned projects can often produce unique work. For Jeffrey Moustache, this is exactly the case. In between his busy life as a photographer, competitive facial hair grower, and, custom suit and hat maker, he wanted to create new images for self-promotion. Luckily he was able to turn to his friend and professional skater, Christian Serika.