Written by Jenna Gang, NYC based still life photographer and Kristin Stangl, NYC based food stylist and writer. Jenna and Kristin set out to create two images that juxtapose healthy food and junk food while utilizing broncolor lighting.
Zach Galarza of TIMEZAC Photography shares his creative vision and set-up behind his on location shoot at a rocky beach in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Using broncolor and Hasselblad gear, he captures beautiful shots of his model against a dramatic coastal backdrop with a subtle high fashion feel.
Adventure photographer, Catherine Aeppel takes the broncolor Siros 800 L kit on location to capture her vision of “a snowboarder slides a rail at night as spinning steel wool engulfs him in a circle of flames.”
Erik Valind experiments with the broncolor Mini-Satellite Reflector in this guest post. He compares the mini-satellite to sunlight during a shoot on location in NYC, and further experiments with the mini-satellite to mimic sunlight in the studio.
This Artist Spotlight features Wisconsin-based photographer, Mike Tittel. Motivated by his travels and personal experiences, Mike created a stunning portfolio of adventure sports mixed with a wide variety of lifestyle and location work. His unique approach to sculpting light and creating stunning imagery has attracted numerous renowned clients to select Mike as their top choice photographer.