by John Dalander
This photo was created when I only had a total of ten minutes to do a couple portrait session, a brick wall with no props and middle of the day lighting that was just dreadful.I whipped out my handy Fractal set and voila! My couple absolutely loved this picture as it is not what you would expect in a traditional couple photograph. I am constantly looking for different ways to make my work unique and I just love the way the subjects in this photo reflect back into the brick wall while also standing out.
Light, it's all about using light in ways that are advantageous to the images.
I typically hsoot wide.
Tokina AT-X 16-28mm f/2.8 FX
Ryan Brenizer does some great stuff. I also like oldschool favorites like Franz Scholtand.
I like stacking ND filters with oscillating filters.
I really want a Nikon body. Donations accepted!
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