동대문 디자인 플라자, 서울 패션 위크; 2018년 3월
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul Fashion Week; March 2018
저희는 큰 프로포토 반사판을 사용하여 조명효과를 주었고, 미디엄 포멧 필름 카메라를 사용하여 이 이미지들을 캡쳐하였습니다.
We used a large Profoto reflector to light our subjects and used a medium format film camera to create these portraits.
제가 가장 좋아하는 필름 중의 하나인 후지pro400이 이번 시리즈의 사진들에 이렇게 아름다운 색감을 더했습니다.
One of my favorite film stocks, Fuji Pro400; gave this set of images it's beautiful color palate.
저도 디지털 카메라로 필름 포토그래피를 어느정도는 모방할 수있다고 믿습니다. 그러나 어떤것도 오리지널 필름카메라의 그 특별한 느낌을 가질 수는 없습니다.
The look of film photography can be emulated digitally somewhat, I believe; there is nothing quite like the original feel of film.
The Hapjeong Rodeo graffiti tunnel was such a rewarding location to work in, a portable stereo brought the hip hop vibes and the crew from Entourage Seoul brought all the attitude.
A very dynamic location, the Dongdaemun Design Plaza crossing. Our studio was a 30-second interval as the pedestrian green light was on.
This editorial depicts the contrast between the noble notion of environmental protection, against the hard reality of self-centered profits.
This series feels so close and personal, it is special.
Film portrait session with colorful Tana, just before the winter months in late October 2018. Asia, South Korea, Seoul, Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
I wanted to explore color in this series; we used two studio strobes to light our subjects, the background and freeze action.
Capturing the sparkle in my subject’s eyes brings my work to life.
A colored back strobe emphasizes the individuality of my subjects.
This series has solid feel of authenticity.
The beauty of a portrait is in bringing out the substance of the subject.
I really like how the back pink light separates the subjects from the background, it pays to carry a premium studio to location.
The sky was over cast on this day, light coming through the clouds softly illuminated my subjects creating beautiful tones.
Other pictures were lit with studio strobes, resulting in that classic black and white Hollywood feel.
Can you see the difference?
Portraits with a moving connection to the viewer.
The classic look of medium format black and white film photography brings out poetic tones in portraiture.
To create this series we used a studio strobe on location at Dongdaemun Design Plaza during Seoul Fashion Week.