German photographer Lars Schneider’s website is called Outdoor Visions. Lars is namely specialized in outdoor photography, and his website presents beautiful images of joggers, climbers, campers, sore feet and misty mountains.
Lars latest project is a little different, though, as it was shot right in the middle of Lars’ hometown Hamburg. The client was Gore, famous for its trusty Windstopper and Gore-tex membranes that many other brands use in their sportswear. To light the images, Lars used a single AcuteB2 600, which he fired with his Air Sync connected to the hot shoe of his camera. As the final results show, sometimes one light is all you need.
Lars was kind enough to share this behind-the-scenes video with us. In addition to that, the final images can be found below. Just click the “read more” button.
You can see even more of Lars’ work at Outdoor Visions.
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