Portraits on the Streets of Chattanooga

Portraits on the Streets of Chattanooga

As I'm sure you've noticed on my gram... I've been diving back into 35mm film full speed ahead, but there are times that call for digital. Some would argue that film can conquer all styles of shooting (me being one of them), but when going for a specific look in a short amount of time, sometimes you have to choose a quicker tool to capture the vibe.

As you all are aware, we live in an instant gratification/no education/no experience/point & shoot/skill-less world of endless "photographers" across our great nation. Yes, at the risk of being overly negative... I'm calling all of you out that don't even know the simple principles of the exposure triangle. Go on with yer bad selves and keep dumbing down photography for the rest of the world... (as you can tell, I'm a bit passionate on this topic).

Disclaimer: This isn't directed at the new shooters to the game, and if anyone has any questions about photography, both digital or film, please don't hesitate to get in touch. I'd love to geek out with you. 

With that said... I head out to Chattanooga, TN to capture photos of Ciscily Crislip for a Spring ad I'm putting together for Unclaimed Baggage. It was completely impromptu and we had a blast!! 

Gear Used:

  • Canon 5D Mark IV
  • Canon 70-200mm Lens
  • Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 x2
  • Paul C. Buff 64" PLM x 2
  • Paul C. Buff Vagabond
  • Pocket Wizard Triggers