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Konstantin Driess’ Busy Fashion Shoot

Written by Fredrik Franzén on . Posted in Fashion Photography

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Some photographers value the control and freedom that comes with working alone. Others prefer teamwork and a mutual exchange of ideas and inspiration. Konstantin Driess belongs to the latter category.

26-year-old fashion and commercial photographer Konstantin Driess has only worked as a professional photographer for two years. Still, in that relatively short amount of time he has managed to not only discover what he prefers shooting, but also find a talented group of people to do so with.

“We specialize in lookbooks and campaigns for designers, and shoot portraits, commercials and annual reports for business clients, says Konstantin. “I say we because we are a team. Most of the assistants, stylists and makeup artists are close friends of mine. Do you remember what it was like in school when you worked in a group with your best friends? It’s like that. Except we get paid.” Read More

Corey Melton Photograph’s Jim Gaffigan’s Growing Family

Written by Fredrik Franzén on . Posted in Commercial Photography

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If you think it is difficult to make one kid sit still long enough to get some decent shots, try photographing five. Fstoppers staff writer Corey Melton experienced this first hand when he was asked to shoot comedian Jim Gaffigan and his growing family for Jim’s new book Dad Is Fat.

“I figured that this shoot could end up going in any direction,” writes Corey. “I have a 3 year old daughter at home and I know how hard it is just to get her to sit still long enough to get some decent shots, so I couldn’t imagine 5 all at once! Because of this I wanted to keep the lighting simple and straight up, but to light in a way that the kids could move around and still maintain consistent lighting throughout the shoot.”

Corey’s solution incorporated a D1 monolight with an umbrella and an AcuteB2 battery generator with an Acute/D4 Ring flash.

Read the full article at Fstoppers and learn how Corey used these tools to create a series of promotional images for Jim’s book.

 

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