SO I’m working on a coffee table book with a local restaurant. This is for a great cause and should give me oodles of exposure, plus a warm fuzzy feeling.
I’m truly honored and excited.
When we sat down to discuss and figure out the details, which are far from figured out, I thought about what style, what look I wanted to bring to this project.
I keep going simple, straight forward, “coming out of the shadows” so to speak. The cause is epilepsy and is way bigger than folks are aware of. That photo below is my first test shoot.
One photographer who’s look inspired me is Chris Knight.
You may recall this young dude. I interviewed him a few months ago.
I swiped his look, so to speak, best I could. Simple, clean, powerful.
EXCEPT….(you knew that was coming, didn’t you….)…except I used a $6. LED light from the hardware store. Not a million dollar profoto what’s it called light thingie.
ME thinks it works. Again, see image above. The graphic designer who I am also working with loves it. All is good.
I talk in greater detail on my el cheapo approach, as well as an update on using the Goddox AD200 in the field on portrait and wedding shoots, and some of the limitations and complications arising from this amazing little light.
All that and more in the replay of the May 2018 Lighting Mastermind HERE for members
Non members can watch the replay HERE
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