Miles Aldridge: Game of Thrones TIME Magazine Shoot Enlighted by broncolor

Take a look at the lighting behind Miles Aldridge’s Game of Thrones cover shot for TIME magazine.

Street portraits in lower Manhattan By Philip Vukelich

The past few weeks I’ve been out several times to photograph strangers on the streets of NY. While street photography is an enormous genre in the city and there are tons of photographers who capture fantastic images, I’m a portrait photographer, not a street photographer. I’m interested as much in a person’s face as I am in the scene, so to capture the faces of New York in the best way I know how meant bringing lighting on location. With a pretty minimal setup and the help of a friend we made some portraits of just a few of the characters willing to take a minute out of their day to pose for a photo.

Artist Spotlight: James Michelfelder

James Michelfelder combines perfected light with professional athletes to create the visual images as Global Director of Photography at Under Armour.

Gray + Bernstein light August Alsina, Pt. 2

Continuing from their work last time with R&B star August Alsina, the team of director Amber Gray and DP Julian Bernstein were the go-to for the msuic video for “DRUGS.” And yet, again, broncolor HMI proved to be the light source of choice for demanding shoot environments and challenging lighting scenarios.