All posts tagged "bts"
Transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary ft. Credo 40
Recently, I got picked up by Mamiya Leaf as one of their newest brand ambassadors and picked up Leaf Credo kit. Up until then, I had only used medium format very sparingly and mildly irresponsibly (some jumping may...
- Posted October 5, 2014
The lighting behind my shoot with Adobe
Adobe’s Creative Voices: I have always loved the lighting that comes out of hollywood movies – It’s amazing to see how every character is always perfectly lit regardless of the circumstances in which they happen to be...
- Posted April 27, 2014
Pyrotechnics & Capoeira in an abbey in Belgium
Fire is best shot in the dark. It allows for many creative options such as painting with fire and quite simply looks better when shot against a dark background. I’ve had the chance to work with Andrey...
- Posted April 27, 2014
Lighting an Octopus to tell a story ft. Pocketwizard Hypersync
It’s not very often that someone comes up to you and asks you to slap some seafood on their face so when Jen Brook enlisted me to take part in her Dreamcatcher project I jumped on the...
- Posted July 7, 2013
How to succeed a full scale fashion shoot with only 24 hours of prep
Quite often, things don’t quite work out the way you want and you reach a point where you make a decision: Do I go for it, or do I just give up. Today I’d like to share...
- Posted June 26, 2013
Parkour vs. Bboys – Lighting and the rules of composition
Way back in October, I had the opportunity to work with Flipside Studios and the crew of TvB (Traceur vs Bboys) and do a dynamic series of images in Graffiti Alley, Toronto. The concept was to figure...
- Posted April 24, 2013
Von Wong’in at The George Tavern ft. Train to Create
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of shooting and teaching in a ridiculously ancient building in the middle of East London – The George Tavern organized by my awesome friends over at Train To Create. Though...
- Posted April 12, 2013
How to bring to life a promotional dance campaign
A detailed breakdown on how I created my latest promotional dance campaign for Art-Terre's upcoming show Temnein
- Posted April 10, 2013
Color pigments make for awesome photographs!
Von Wong and Place Cliche collaborate to bring together some amazing imagery!
- Posted April 2, 2013
Six things to keep in mind when planning your first workshop – By Pratik Naik
Guest inspiration Pratik Naik from Solstice Retouch breaks down the essential steps needed to planning a workshop.
- Posted March 20, 2013