While on vacation in August, Jenna and I had arranged to meet Downtown Orlando, Florida.
This particular a natural light outdoor shoot in full sun.
Photographer: Gary McGillivray-Birnie @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @jenna_elisabeth_
Sony A7rii Lens: 70-200mm f/2.8 GM
ISO: 100, Aperture: f/5, Shutter: 1/200s @128mm
Finally an Award with Vanessa! After numerous photoshoots with Vanessa, an absolutely natural Beauty. One of my favorites pictures, of many great pictures we made at this nice summer evening, is this one, with the title "An evening in the sunflowers".
The only available light was used.
The United States
My model, Nathalie Godin, wanted to shoot a moody portrait series in my new studio and we captured this image. This was shot with a combination of continuous light, bounced off of a VFlat to soften the light, and a Profoto strobe in a SoftLighter, overhead, feathered as a kicker. Shot with my Sony A7rIII and the Sony 85mm f1.4 GMaster lens.
This picture was taken at a Garage this Summer. It was a spontaneous idea. Often spontaneous ideas are the best. ;-)
Little baby Allessandra was exactly two months old when her parents brought her to my studio for baby and family photos. I already knew them because I photographed the mum when she was 7 months pregnant. It was very exciting to see them with their little bundle of joy. This image turned out to be my favourite shot from the session. The mum came up with the idea to use a lot of pink for this setup and she was also very happy with the result. I love the eye contact with both mum and baby and the joy that radiates from the mum's face.
My first shooting with this awesome lady and we got an award, thank you very much, lovely Debora.
This picture is part of my project: "just me" - one light source with a black background and beautiful women and her expressions.
I made this picture of Jan on a rainy day. We were allowed on the roof of the Kursaal Bern. It was great shooting and I look forward to more with him.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV / 24-70mm f2.8
Michelangelo said I am Ben Moamor and cut off everything unnecessary from him. when shooting a portrait, it’s important to emphasize the main thing and cut off all unnecessary.
Self-portrait which I've made during my trip to Russia. This place is in Sochi, pretty beautiful and inspiring
Sony A7iii + Sigma Art 135mm 1.8
This beautiful woman is a painting! A real inspiration to photograph her. We did this photo session in a period house and she was wonderful. Photos taken in natural light and with a Nikon D610.
I made this photo in Ukraine during a workshop, this was a very special experience to work with a foreign model Zoya Schekaeva, MUA Olga Mos and stylist Dmitry Baev.
This is a natural light portrait of Julia. Shooting with natural light gives me the opportunity to focus on communication with the model to create strong expressions.
Photo of my daughter and her cousin taken in an orchard of plum trees in Centenario, Neuquén, Argentina. It was 30 minutes before sunset.
I picked this shot for my gallery because I just love how the prism broke the light and created a tiny rainbow. Shot with my Panasonic GH5 and Leica glass
The title of this picture is „Look deep into my eyes and you will find my soul“. The idea was to concentrate on the eyes and the very mature look of my 16-teen years old model. My intention was to keep it natural and a little bit mysterious.
I have been photographing Evelyn for 4 years now and it’s an honor watching her grow in front of my camera. Styled using Anna Triant Couture cape and dress- she was as always a dream. Bonnet lighting, 1/125, f5.6, iso 100.
An amazing Ignacia, such a brave girl. Was taken with natural light, after sunset.
Sony A7iii + Sigma Art 135mm 1.8
Santiago, Chile 2019
This is a natural light portrait of Anetta and Bianka created during our portrait and boudoir shooting. I love their smiles and expressions.
I just LOVE freckles! No wonder that I had to do a shooting with Gina Maria! I chose this image for its sensuality and Ginas expression. Shot with my Panasonic GH5 and Leica glass
Brooklyn and Sophia have always been amazing in front of the Camera! This was initially planned as a “white on white” shoot but putting in the girl in front of a gray canvas sealed the deal for me. Bonnet lighting, as 1/200, f7.1,iso 100.