The best way I have found to learn how to create interesting light, is to be inspired by the interesting natural light you see everyday. Find what makes it interesting, then figure out how to recreate it.
The father of the bride had passed away so she asked her new father in law to step in for the father daughter dance. I think he was honored to do so... 😭
Smoke bombs + @magnetmod + @fujifilmx_us GFX = ✊ 👊 🔥
Waiting for the magic to start 📷: @vinsonimages
I love a moody portrait ✊ 👊
Sometimes it's hard to find interesting and clean compositions when you start shooting in a location you have never seen before. But for this shot, the groom was sitting duck... Hahaha I quack myself up sometimes! 😂 🦆
I got this awesome new light painting tool from @the_ball_of_light that creates some amazing colored texture within the orb. That plus the @fujifilmx_us GFX and I'm in light painting heaven! To bad it doesn't get dark till like 10pm...😔
Anyone else loves playing with light and color? 🙋♂️🤘
I'm ready to go back to India!! I wish there were some better places to shoot street photography near by! Or maybe I just wish I was inspired to shoot street photography while home.... 🤔
Sometimes in a photo you have to direct the viewer to the subject 😂
Trying to sneak into the weekend like...
Hard light is my favorite type of light right now! I also keep telling myself the Fuji GFX is more camera then I need, but I keep loving all the images I make with it... Lastly, you all should check out the new presets from @jennifermoher! They are fire 🔥 @slate.and.ivory
Happy 4th!! 🇺🇸
During this reception everyone went outside to watch a firework show that later turned into a lightning show! Anytime lightning wants to make an appearance at a wedding, I'm game! ⚡ ⚡
Always trying to keep my eye on the light! * swipe over for resulting image * bts image from the amazing @vinsonimages 📷 ☀ 👫
Fuji GFX + flashlight = 🔥
Happy birthday to the best wife and business partner a guy could ever dream of! Without @vinsonimages, I would have never become a photographer!
I used to hate shooting in the same locations over and over, and it's still a struggle. But it's also a fun challenge to come up with something new. A new way to use the light, and new way to add light, or even a new way to see the scenery and come up with interesting compositions. The added challenge of creating something new in a familiar place almost forces creativity, which then helps even further when you get to shoot in a new location! What's something you find yourself struggling with on photoshoots?