A new post after a long time! I did some experimentation with different lighting setups for close-ups in the studio. I find this one pretty nice so I would like to share it with you.
Hello, I haven’t posted something here on this blog for a long time. But it’s a new year, so it’s time to change some things – or go back to some others. Well, I can only promise to put more of my time in this blog, posting examples of my work, background stories and things I think would be for interest for others.
Above picture was created after I finished shooting for a different project. It became dark, I turned around, and saw this impressive sky. I_m still not sure what’s the correct translation of the German word “Kitsch” is – but this is an obvious example of it!
This is shot is a “side product” from a photo shooting. While waiting for the set to be finished, I looked around and discovered this nice mixture of haze, a touch of sunlight and the early snow on the far mountains.
When I worked on a concert for the Styriarte 2017 at the Freilichtmuseum Stübing, we finished the load-in and the setup early, so we have to wait for the evening show. A part of this barn was used as a storage place for our equipment, the dressing rooms and the FOH area – all at once. In the late afternoon the sun floated through giving this nice lighting…