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Part 3 of the Benjamin Von Wong Dead Sea Shoot Image Edit – Bringing out the Ethereal Look
For Part III of our editing series with Benjamin Von Wong’s Dead Sea photoshoot image, we added the finishing touches to the image by going back to Lightroom and applying both a soft portrait adjustment and a heavily-blurred graduated filter to enhance the dreamy, ethereal look that we’re looking for. We even created a black and white variation.
Behind The Scenes – 60’s Inspired Fashion Photoshoot
This week I thought I’d give you guys an inside look into a 60‘s inspired fashion photoshoot we organized last Sunday, in a small living room. Yes, you read it right, we really did shoot all the photos in a small 8 square-meter room!
How a Canon 5D Mark II is Transformed into a Pseduo-Leica
Usually, when one acquires a $6,500 Leica Noctilux 50mm f/1 lens, that’s usually a great thing. The problem for San Diego photographer Robert Brenson is that he did not have a Leica rangefinder body to go with that lens. So then Robert transformed his Canon 5d mkII so it can accept the Noctilux.
Inches from death: Daredevil photographers go swimming with hot lava!
Some people say that photographers are extra crazy, however I believe it is simply a universal “thrill-seeker” aspect of society. Some people like to play it safe, and some people are just plain nuts.
Behind the Scenes of a Fantastic Family Portrait Composite by Benjamin Von Wong
In this shoot, Ben basically came up with a great concept to create a unique, or as Ben would say, “epic” family portrait. In this article, you get to see the behind the scenes shoot as Ben goes about doing his thing.
Von Wong Shoots Epic Ballerinas in Smoke!
World traveller and photographer-extraordinaire Benjamin Von Wong continued his series with the National Slovak Theatre. This time, Ben and the dance company went indoors into an empty theater and brought along a portable fog machine to add the drama. Add some edgy rim lights and exquisite lines and shapes from the dancers, and you have yourself some epic images.
Von Wong BTS Epic Shoot – What Lurks Beneath
No stranger to epic photoshoots like his Underwater Realm shoot or Medieval shoot, Benjamin Von Wong new conceptual project, What Lurks Beneath, is simply out of this world. Benjamin shot all of his creatures in an indoor swimming pool and lit them with only black light. This combination posed some serious technical and logistical challenges for the intrepid photographer.
Vogue’s Jet-Setting Photoshoots of the Vogue 120 by Norman Jean Roy
ogue released their list of the top 120 individuals under the age of 45 with the most influence in fashion. Norman Jean Roy shot a series of amazing images using medium format film. Check out the images and the behind the scenes video