Studio Work

In the cold winter months during my first year at RIT, we moved away from outdoor photography and into the photography studios. We received hands-on experience with professional continuous and strobe lights (Profoto and Broncolor), along with dozens of different light modifiers.
In the Studio Work Gallery, one can see images of difficult-to-photograph subjects, which include:

  • Glassware
  • Levitating, 'Dissected' Fruit
  • Reverse-Engineering Portrait Lighting, in the style of a famous photography of choice (Martin Schoeller)
  • Polished Metal
  • 'Cookbook Photography' with a 4x5 Film Camera (Group Project)

While the photographs in this album are intended to be graphic and beautiful, much like one would expect in Advertising Photography, these images require advanced technical skills that are developed ‘behind-the-camera’, and applicable to other photographic situations, including in scientific and medical environments.

To view the "Image Flow" gallery,
click here.