Explore Group Photography, Photography Ideas and more!

Explore related topics

Say cheese and get ready to go a little crazy for the camera using our pick of totally fun wedding photo ideas and poses for your wedding party! Description from ar.weddbook.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Say cheese and get ready to go a little crazy for the camera using our pick of totally fun wedding photo ideas and poses for your wedding party! Description from ar.weddbook.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

AHHHHH! This photo presents so much of exactly what our wedding day will entail...from the red bridesmaid dresses, the rose bouquets, up to the excitement and fun of the groomsmen jumping and also the amazing photo that captures it all! Our photographers will definitely earn their pay capturing the nonstop excitement that will make our special day unique and full of love  fun!

AHHHHH! This photo presents so much of exactly what our wedding day will entail...from the red bridesmaid dresses, the rose bouquets, up to the excitement and fun of the groomsmen jumping and also the amazing photo that captures it all! Our photographers will definitely earn their pay capturing the nonstop excitement that will make our special day unique and full of love fun!

casual and relaxed groomsmen picture Tyler Branch Photography  The BEST photographers I've seen to date.

casual and relaxed groomsmen picture Tyler Branch Photography The BEST photographers I've seen to date.

To front-light his portrait of the rock band Pierce the Veil, Adam Elmakias used an Alien Bees B1600 monolight inside a 7-foot Photoflex Octodome softbox (A). He side- and backlit the musicians with two Alien Bees B800 monolights inside 47-inch (B) and 35-inch (C) foldable Paul C. Buff octoboxes. The side light (B) eliminated shadows on the subjects’ shoulders, while the backlight (C) rimlit the group, making it easier for Elmakias to extract them from the background in post.

Complex, Three-light Setup

To front-light his portrait of the rock band Pierce the Veil, Adam Elmakias used an Alien Bees B1600 monolight inside a 7-foot Photoflex Octodome softbox (A). He side- and backlit the musicians with two Alien Bees B800 monolights inside 47-inch (B) and 35-inch (C) foldable Paul C. Buff octoboxes. The side light (B) eliminated shadows on the subjects’ shoulders, while the backlight (C) rimlit the group, making it easier for Elmakias to extract them from the background in post.

Pinterest
Search