Athletic and action photographer, Fontaine Rittelmann, takes us behind the scenes of her most recent shoot on Mt. Hood with the broncolor Siros 800 L battery powered monolight.
Dylan Furst and Rob Sese of Raincamp explore the forest in the Pacific Northwest and create enchanting images using broncolor lighting in this blogpost. Watch as a simple forest walk turns into something of fantasy.
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.
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.
When I first started photography I found inspiration from old masters of paintings. I was always attracted by the colors, composition and textures that the paintings had; and wanted to have the same aesthetic on my work. I started experimenting with different light techniques, and while I was getting there, still something was missing; the light quality. In the past I used different cameras and lighting systems but once I got my hands on Hasselblad and Broncolor I found out what was missing. From that day on, these systems are my color pallet and brush. Just by using them, it gave me the inspiration and motivation for my storytelling work.