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.”
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.