Shooting runway is tough for a fashion photographer – we cannot control the lighting, pose or composition of the image. Some even compare it as close to sports photography.
After the jump, some of my runway work.
Fresh from her Playboy centerfold this summer in the Polish edition of the magazine, Aga Lea Jaworska has just been signed to Mega Model Management in Miami.
Having worked from her home in Poland these last years, Aga is starting a new life here in South Beach. Her first international agency signing also signals a new phase of her modeling career – with new demands and skills to gain.
In this post a few outtakes from our shoot here on Miami Beach, (barely) safe for work.
Photography at its core is all about mastering and manipulating light. In science, light and its properties are defined and measured in the discipline of physics.
However, from an equipment point of view, there are other elements of physics that come into play in photography. Here in this post I look at Torque and its simple force to break equipment.
Torque is commonly understood as a rotational force – but is technically measured as the force applied to a lever.
Any time I experience an equipment failure, I try to understand how to prevent a recurrence or at least predict points of failure. The goal is to be able to either avoid (better) or at least quickly recover from them. More often than not, torque is the basis for the failure – and usually introduced by some failure on the part of the photographer.