BTS Video – ELB1200 Review

  A brief video of the last part of the Elinchrom ELB1200 review, using the Pro head for High Sync.

Location Portrait With The Elinchrom ELB1200

Whilst I only had the ELB1200 Action and Pro head to play with, I fancied my chances with pushing the Pro head as far as I could with the Skyport HS transmitter.

Car and Automotive Photography

Talk about coincidence. The day after the motorcycle shoot, I had an enquiry to photograph a couple of cars.

Motorcycle Photography

Having had my first shoot with the ELB1200, I wanted a complete change of subject and challenges for my second shoot.

Asian Bridal Brochure Photography

This particular image was part of a bridal brochure shoot for the Marriott hotel group. They had a healthy number of wedding bookings, but there seemed an obvious lack of engagement with the Asian community. A review of their wedding marketing image quickly revealed why. There were no Asian bridal imagery displayed anywhere. It’s difficult to engage a target customer if they cannot see an established relationship with similar clients.

Workplace Portraits with the ELB1200

Whilst photographing the food for Boundary Mill, I was also asked to photograph the chefs. As I’d elected to road test the ELB1200 during the food shoot, I felt the environmental portraits of the chefs would make a good contrast to the food imagery.

Photographing Food With The Elinchrom ELB1200

I was lucky to be given early access to the Elinchrom ELB1200, and I wanted a number of shoots with various themes. Basically, to test the flexibility and capabilities of the unit.

Mcoplus LE-R320 Tubelight Review

The delivered box seemed much heavier than I had expected. Being LED, I had assumed it would have similar weight characteristics to the LED panels I had handled.

Wedding Photography at Eaves Hall

  I do enjoy working at Eaves Hall, whether it’s photographing their food, their rooms, or as in this case, a wedding. The venue allows a vast array of opportunities for the creative photographer.

Unlocking Olympus

  This is a departure from my usual posts, as it’s not a lighting tutorial or a review of a piece of equipment. It is, however, of use to every Olympus shooter.

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