What a joy I had photographing this adorable little boy. He just turned 2 years old and was so charming and funny, and these gorgeous blue eyes and his curly hair, a little heartbreaker. Funny fact: His mom later told me that he doesn’t like any stuffed toys, but he liked this teddy bear that I brought for the shoot :)
Photo session with the local modeling agency and talent as part of a revamped portfolio campaign
Lighting: Profoto D2 with 3foot octabox with grid and B1x with 2x3 softbox
Camera: Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 80mm
© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
This photo of my model Vani is very successful in several photo contests. And I am very happy, that it was selected in the 35th collection too. I call it "not without my hat".
The picture was taken inside a hall with natural light. I think that a part of the popularity of this photo is that orange teal style colors from the postprocessing.
This image of Nausheen Ahmed was captured on a beautiful sunny July 4th morning, in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. Shot in natural light in the early morning light which, filtered through the trees in Father Demo Square on Carmine Street.
Nausheen can be found at instagram.com/nausheen_ahmed
This picture is created in my studio,too!
We shoot with my model @jaaack_son for a fashion magazine.
I used a Nikon D750 with a Nikon 50 mm 1,8, dark grey background and just one flash!
I love simple black and white portraits.
Don’t look for inspiration elsewhere when in fact it can be found right next to you.
An epic image of my gorgeous makeup artist Demi posing for me at my studio after work.
Photographer: Agnes Malorny at www.eastdoorstudios.com
Makeup & Model: Demi Wise IG @beautyque_dw
Camera: Nikon D5, 28-70mm f/2.8
Natural window light
In order to feel happy, a modern woman needs to harmoniously combine family, career, and hobbies. And for this, you need somewhere to find resources, draw strength and energy. In the project, we were looking for the "Secret Ingredient", which helps us in this.
In the photo hobby psychology, and the study of psychoanalysis, coaching.
Capture of a young man named Michael in his early twenties. Michael and I chatted before the session (which is my usual method in order to get to know my subjects). He mentioned that he was undecided in his career options. In this photo, I believe to have captured Michael in "deep thought" pondering these options.