'fashion photography' Category

Adrien Broom on Location

A lot of things have to come into place for a successful photo shoot, especially when shooting outdoors. Add some animals and things become very challenging — just the kind of challenge photographer Adrien Broom thrives on. It is not surprising then that Adrien and her team of models, stylists and construction crew, pulled off an amazing photo shoot at the Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam, Connecticut.

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Frank Doorhof: Fashion at the Skate Park

Photographer Frank Doorhof recently blogged about a session shot in a skatepark. Using Canon gear, Doorhof wanted to test out the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5.

©Frank Doorhof

Among other features, he points out using PocketWizard units were much easier for being mobile, versus the line-of-sight solution he was previously employing. Read the blog post and watch his behind-the-scenes video to see how he overpowered the sun both in the shade and in direct sunlight.

Doorhof concludes his review by saying the PocketWizards were “flawless, of course.” See the blog post for full details.

To see more of Frank Doorhof’s work and writing, visit his site and blog.

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Glyn Dewis Up and Running Fast

Buckinghamshire, U.K. photographer Glyn Dewis recently got his hands on the new PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 units for Nikon cameras. He posted a blog story about his experience, including two beautifully-subtly lit images taken outside at dusk or near-dark.

He plans to push PocketWizard’s HyperSync technology, and we look forward to seeing the results.

Dewis writes, “After a few more photo shoots using them I’m going to be putting together a review here on the blog but for those of you interested, first impressions are that they’re good…real good!” So is your photography, Glyn! Keep the great images coming. Cheers!

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Ella Manor’s Power House

One of our peeps got a note from a fellow Vimeo user sharing this video.

Ella Manor has posted Power House, a short fashion film. Some beautiful still images and video can be seen, particularly toward the end of the piece.

The moody, atmospheric project also has an accompanying Making of Power House, in which the PocketWizard Plus II can be seen multiple times. The popular and creative tools from Lensbaby were also key in the production’s final results.

Be sure to check out both videos, and see her site for more original portrait photography.

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