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.
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.
“In my photography I’ve always been fascinated by power of the message you can deliver through photos – the idea of creating not only beautiful photos but also being able to transmit the mood to the viewer means a lot to me.”
Sean Hagwell’s imagery represents an artist who finds passion in his craft. As a photographer in the modern age, he must constantly be creating, thinking, and experimenting to push his work forward. Check out a bit more about Sean Hagwell and his work in his featured artist spotlight.
Photographer Ric Tapia gives us a behind the scenes look at his recent shoot with New England Patriot star Julian Edelman. With the help of broncolor lights and HSS technology, Ric comes away with some fantastic portrait and action shots.