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Igor Malakhov + Mr. Alex Sparrow

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Singer Alex Sparrow is a Russian celebrity artist, best known for his appearance on Russian X-factor – the show that skyrocketed his career after. It was only a matter of time when his frequent visits to LA resolved in an awesome rooftop photoshoot, hosted by yours only – FD.

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Quick summary about the artist/singer Alex Sparrow:

“He is best known for appearing on the Russian version of The X Factor at the age of 17 in 2005.[1] In 2006 Vorobyov was contracted by Universal Music Russia,[2] and in December 2007 was appointed as a goodwill ambassador for Y-PEER, a youth-based initiative of the United Nations Population Fund.[2][3] Vorobyov represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany.”
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This session’s crew comprised of:

Photographer Igor Malakhov @igor_malakhov

 

Model Mr. Alex Sparrow @mr.alexsparrow

ROOFTOP is located in our ART studios building and available every other day on the calendar. Encompassing the LA’s downtown scenery with highly energetic industrial sector this stage is perfect for picturing big city life. Upon your request we will provide strobe lights powered with mobile batteries as well as c-stands and other grip tools. Check more information on our WEBSITE.

 

Nate LaSor + Brennah Black

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Photographer Nate LaSor, although relatively new to the scene, has already produced very impressive portfolio of sexy, clean, natural photographs.
The secret loft location set the tone of up-scale, empowering  environment.

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Few words about photographer:

“I’m a working filmmaker and photographer in LA. New to the game compared to many folks out here, but love the visual arts, the collaboration, and the ability to make new and unique work. Photography is a great art, and as much as I am drawn to capturing mountains and oceans and other grandiose landscapes, I am just as intrigued with the beauty and depth of the human body and human emotion. Always striving to capture something exciting and stunning. “

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This session’s crew comprised of:


Photographer: Nate LaSor
Model:Brennah Black

Our Secret Loft is located in the heart of Downtown LA. Featuring floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous urban city views, its windows are facing south-west, which provides different light patterns and effects inside the apartment. It also has a kitchen area with large dark quartz countertop that is also available for photo and video projects as well as shower/bathtub, hallway and bedroom area. Find out more about secret loft, prices, hot deals, and availability here!

Marco Godinez’s creative beauty shots

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Photographer Marco Godinez has shared with us a set of cinematic shots, very well done.

 

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The idea behind the shoot was recreate the image he had in mind with the tub.

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Pro Stage I features a large seamless white cyc wall, as well as standard photo backdrops of black, white and grey color, and studio lighting for stills. Make sure to catch the perks of the space with your photo and video cameras  and book with us NOW. A few recent cool additions were introduced to the stage such as a red wall section and a silver lounge chair.

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Become Better Photographer: Mark Wallace shows 3 ways to control focus

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In the last post with David Bergman we learned to slow down, to analyze your shot, to shoot manual. We also learned that those conditions help foster your creativity and push your artistic boundaries without any help of hefty camera features. Shooting with manual Aperture in particular gives you a new playground called depth of field. But is aperture the only element of controlling what’s in focus?

In this episode with Mark Wallace from Adorama TV, we explore 3 WAYS HOW TO CONTROL WHAT’S IN FOCUS with help of lively Nesli Avci.

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Aperture

There are three ways to control your depth of field. The first, aforementioned, is aperture. The other two are focal length and distance to subject.  

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The widest aperture (1.4, 2.4, 3.5, or else lowest) will give you the most shallow depth of field, where your background will be a sea of blur with no details to identify. 

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Open your lens to the widest aperture and take a shot.

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Notice how blurry the background is. The building behind is almost indistinguishable from a vague generic wall. Now let’s try shooting with the opposite setting – closing your lens to the biggest f-stop. Don’t forget that it will make your picture much darker since less light will come through the lens. To balance it out, increase your ISO.

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Take a shot!

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Now everything is in much better focus. This technique is pretty well known and is not a surprise to most photographers. Let’s take a look at the second technique:

Focal Length

What if you keep your f-stop the same but instead you will change your lens and shoot with 21mm instead of 50mm?

Doing exactly that Mark Wallace keeps both lenses at f/3.4 and snaps the same frame, at the same distance.

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Shot above is 50mm, f/3.4 lens. Notice the degree of blur behind the model. Now let’s switch to a wider lens – 21mm and shot lovely Nesli.

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at the same f/3.4 aperture of course!

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The blur of the background has drastically decreased with the wider lens, at the same aperture, same distance. Speaking of the latter.

 

Distance to Subject.

The third way to manipulate your depth of field is to walk back and forth to your subject, with fixed aperture, same lens. To experiment with this technique,  turn your focus wheel to either full-left or full-right  extreme position and move towards the model to catch her in focus.

Here is the example of “very close” extreme of focus.

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The background is nice and blurry. Now lets turn the focus to the opposite extreme. In our example that is walking further away from the model to catch her in focus.

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Watch the full episode with Mark Wallace and Adorama TV:

 

Long Exposure Photography by Cathy Merenda

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With a single source of light and long exposure a photographer can achieve undoubtedly breathtaking photos. The futuristic composition gets even better if that light shines rainbow like with burst of color! Photographer Cathy Merenda showed just how beautiful long exposure photographs could be!

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A little backstory to the shoot:

“FD Studio B was great.   All black and perfect for light painting.   Rachel was 8 months pregnant so we documented this time in her life with some dramatic photos using yards of silk and an LED stick”.  

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 Stage B is a benchmark blackout stage designed to provide complete control over the strobe light. Painted all black and with shut off windows this stage preserves complete darkness for your photo and video projects. As any of our stages, comes equipped with black, gray, and white background paper, three strobe lights and numerous modifiers for your choice. To check the availability for this stage as well as find more helpful information about our rental please see the WEBSITE.

 

4 PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR BEGINNERS! WE ASKED PROs, ep. 5

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“There are no bad pictures; that’s just how your face looks sometimes.”

Abraham Lincoln

WATCH THE FIRST PART OF  PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS HERE .

In a 5th episode of series of photography tips for beginners, we continue capturing thoughts of 4 Professional Photographers in Los Angeles that will help you better your photography. 

The full interview is available of YOUTUBE.  For your convenience, here is the transcript of it as well.

 

Ben Tsui @bentsuiphotos : My advice to newcomers. Leave your ego outside the door because you’re always going to be judged by your worst performance. And they’re always going to remember it. Even though it’s a thick industry, it’s a very small community. If one mistake, hopefully not a catastrophic mistake that you make, that they’re always going to remember it. Be pleasant, be polite, and you’re going to be doing this for a long time.

Alex Harper @alexgharper : Just be authentically the artist that you want to be. Create the art that inspires you. And find that. Spend time figuring out what that art looks like. Who you are. And don’t rush it. But work. Work at finding that. And I think it will come. I think everyone is in their own way their own kind of artist. And be truthful with what that is. Learn from my mistakes of trying to be an artist that I’m not and I can tell you it didn’t get me very far. No one was enjoying the art that I was making in the way that I wanted them to because it wasn’t even really the art that I wanted to be making. So spend that time with yourself and your camera or your paintbrush, or your dancing shoes or whatever your art form is. And find out your truest artistry I guess.

Arthur ABM Photography Anyone who’s just getting started, pick up your camera and just go take photos. Go grab someone and just take photos. Learn from your mistakes. That’s what I did. I still make so many mistakes. I just don’t put them out there. Don’t send them to the client. Just go. Grab your camera and start taking photos.

Chris Curiel @c_curiel87: If they’re beginners I would say don’t stress about the gear. Because I thought about gear all the time and as I progressed I noticed that you don’t need gear to make a perfect photo. You can have a toy camera. And sure it does make a difference. It throws the impact way more better, but you don’t need a top of the line gear. Because I have done photo shoots with Canon AE-1 and then I’d done a photo shoot with a Leica R7. And I look at them. They’re both stunning images. But you can tell that it also depends on the other person, how they’re going to express themselves.

 

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ALEZZANDRA for her new single cover

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Born and raised in Sweden with a Serbian background, and now residing in LA, Alezzandra is an international recording artist, vocalist and producer. Propelled by her female empowerment narrative, poetic lyrics, psychedelic textures and enticing and expansive voice, Alezzandra, writes with rich spectrum of emotion and eroticism.

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Few words about artist’s experience at FD:


“It was a pleasure to shoot my single cover release photos at your location & Im happy to share my story with you. My friend Jhana Parits is the amazing photographer behind these shoots!

Alezzandra the triphop / ambient rock artist combines her lyrics with beats, dark ambience, hypnotic rhythms, and soulful vocals. With her new release, Alezzandra has exposed her deepest secrets and darkest fantasies through provocative images, lyrics and sultry vibes.

Watch out for her full video EP, The Black Rose and stay tuned for more exciting announcements. ​”

 

Find ALEZZANDRA & her music here:

Spotify, Sound cloud, Website and Instagram

 

Stage B features all black walls and ceiling, with capabilities to completely shut off the natural window light.  Equipped with black, gray, and white background paper, three strobe lights and numerous modifiers for your choice this stage is all you need for a perfect, intimate, creative environment. To check the availability for this stage as well as find more helpful information about our rental please see the WEBSITE.

 

Fashion & Portrait session by Timothy J

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If you have not followed photographer Timothy J yet, here are few arguments that might persuade you to so right after. Beautifully executed photography without much gear.

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A story of the photographer Timothy J:

“Timothy J is a freelance fashion photographer. He studied at Columbia College Chicago. Timothy spent his childhood in the wild forest of the Philippines. He encountered snakes & wild beasts upon exploring the land. He naturally learned which plants are poisonous and not. He also naturally learned which plants are medicinal or edible – I guess there’s something about nature & humans. It’s all connected. Tim also mastered raising chickens at a young age without any help. He started with one pregnant chicken and by 2 years he had 80+ chickens in total. He started doing all this by age 8 for fun. It was never for food nor to sell. Last but not least, he trained geese to act like guard dogs to protect his chickens from cats and burglar. Yes, Philippine cats eats chicks and full grown chickens. Tim is now a grown man, had a normal education in the states. Although he grew as man here in the states, he will never forget his amazing childhood memories. This is just 20% of Tim’s childhood experience. If you’re curious feel free to email him or just ponder” 

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This session’s crew comprised of:

Photographer: Timothy Fernandez 
Makeup : Chloe Schlossmann  
Models: Claire & Sophia

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The crew has chosen  Stage A  due to its size and affordability. Nevertheless, this Stage provides outstanding natural lighting conditions where there is a direct sunlight in the morning through north and east-facing windows, and beautifully soft indirect light as the day goes on. Equipped with all of the same great gear that’s included with all of our studios – strobes, light modifiers, radio trigger, and paper backdrops – it’s a wonderful place to be able to achieve different looks all in the same place. Visit Stage A on our website to learn more.

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WHAT IS YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY STYLE? WE ASKED 4 PROs, ep.3

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“Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph”

 Matt Hardy

WATCH THE FIRST PART OF 4 PHOTOGRAPHY STYLES HERE .

In the third episode dedicated to different styles photographers have, we explore perks of black and white genre, the perception of color, and why one genre is preferable over another.

The full interview is available of YOUTUBE.  For your convenience, here is the transcript of it as well.

 

Loretta Richert @lolagraphy_photo : I shoot dancers and movement, so I love when a photo isn’t just a picture of a dancer in a pose. I want it to capture the mood of the dancer that I’m shooting. So I would say, a little bit moody but also, I shoot for an emotional effect, unless I’m doing fears. Then I want it to be … But that’s a mood too, because that’s kind of the feeling that I’m getting from the dancer. I just try to capture their feeling more than just a shape or pose.

Ron Khy @ronkhy : The best way that I would describe my style of photography is a mix between very clean, good colors, vibrant colors, and just straight-on composition that best shows off the subject. For example, if I’m shooting fashion, you want to show the person. You want to show the outfit, and you want to do that in the best way possible, but in the cleanest way possible without any noise, and without any stuff in the foreground, stuff in the background. Usually for fashion looks, I’ll be clean.

Dee @trill_imagery : I have a style, I probably would say, that’s more of a fashion editorial but with a sexy edge to it, kind of like a Helmut Newton type of vibe to it. I kind of like that look, so I’m more so in the fashion editorial, edgy kind of lane, so to speak.

Ruben Tomas @ruben_tomas : Well, my style of photography mostly is in black and white. I really like the contrast of black and white. I always try to cut to the soul of the persons I’m shooting no matter if they are models, or artists, or just regular people who hire me. I always try to cut to the soul. Everything is in the eyes, what happens in the eyes of that person that you are shooting. When I choose the pictures, because for me it says something, but maybe for another person it says another thing. It varies a work about the composition the composition of the picture. There’s always hair involve it and sometimes water. Yeah, I will describe my style of photography as a very human experience.

 

 

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Jazz Anderson’s music video shoot “Circles”

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Jazz Anderson is a female artist/rapper based out of Houston and LA. For her upcoming video “Circles” shot by notable LA director Donté, the team used  Studio Art 2 for a dancing and beauty silhouette shot.

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Jazz Andrson tells us:

“We incorporated the wide windows that looked out into the city life, with me as a shadow. Being that the song is about me somewhat losing and trying to find myself in a relationship at the same time, the silhouette was important so that I was kept in the shadows, while the light from outside of the wide windows shined in on me. The studio was clean and included great additional equipment, props and lighting. Definitely somewhere I would shoot again! “

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Check out artist/musician’s INSTAGRAM and WEBSITE where all Jazz’s latest videos, music, and photo shoots are posted!

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Art 2, is one of the busiest stages we currently offer. Equipped with everything you need for a perfect intimate, romantic or empowering style of photoshoot, this stage always leaves our clients excited and hungry for more time. Featuring a dark wood floor platform across the stage and a sexy dark leather lounge chair creates welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. A wall section with the brick veneer adds a flavor of downtown loft New York style. Among these unique features, the stage comes with great equipment – three strobe lights, three backdrops of white, grey and black color, sound system, makeup station and changing station. Take a look at Art 2 on our website for availability as well as rates.