Alone in the Dark

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Here’s another from my series I like to call “Well, I’m in Texas, let’s get some models and see what kind of photos we can make by tearing apart hotels.” (I’m not that great at naming collections.)

Here I wanted to explore some different things in content and technique (which, of course, heavily relate to each other). To bring in the exterior lighting where I wanted (the greenish one), I had to shoot at very high sensitivity (f/1.4, 1/60th, ISO 4000), and augmented it with the blue light of an ungelled Litepanel MicroPro. That meant making the interior light as dim as possible — throwing two thick red towels over the desktop lamp that works as the key light.

Hugo - You’re a constant source of inspiration. This is really bad ass.

Razvan - These frames from your Texas trip are top notch!

fotograf nunta - Good experiment, nice light. ;)

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Zak - Your creativity and resourcefulness paid off big time! Great color, tone, and mood in this shot!

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Mike Paulie - Absolutely love the mix of blue, green, and yellow light and the skin tones are still great.

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Jesse Schafer - Ryan this is beyond ridiculous. Ficking awesome is more like it. Keep up the good work.