Ruby Bird Studio in NYC recently hosted broncolor and Hasselblad for an intergalactic demo evening complete with giant moon rocks and space-themed models. Event goers were able to test out broncolor’s Para 222, Para 133, Siros S and Siros L, Scoro, and 1600w HMI.
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.
A recent addition to Nicholas Duers’ workflow has included the integration of broncolor’s WiFi-enabled products. Though a longtime user of broncolor products, his purchase of Siros monolights for location-based work introduced a newfound ease of use through the bronControl app. This was soon followed up with broncolor’s flagship Scoro WiFi and a set of Pulso and Unilite lamps.
Since adding the broncolor Siros monolights to his arsenal, Fudo Jahic has been able to expand creative options when it comes to lighting. When approached by Black Box VR, a virtual-reality fitness company, he was able put their location lighting capabilities to the test.