SKY : MEREDITH ADELAIDE
Hi friends! Lately it seems like I’ve been inspired by weirder and weirder things. I’m assuming it’s a byproduct of seeing countless images every day and realizing that it’s only the strange ones that stand out. The ones that flip the script. I look at more images each day than most humans do in a week it’s filled me from head to toe with an boiling urge to see something unique. Seems like the only way to create something unique these days is to break the “rules” that everyone else follows. Good images are common place, great images take thought. I’m not claiming to create the great ones, but your damn right that I’m going to try.
Not supposed to shoot portraits from below? Well F that, here’s an entire set shot with me laying in the dirt.
(Published in Rangefinder Magazine as the Photo Annual Grand Prize winner!)
Love all of these! it was pretty rad seeing you make these live too:) and being attacked by the birds!
Totes agree with the good/great images! Step out of the box, trip, smack your chin, and then realise you look pretty rad with the scar.
These photos are beautiful! Love the angle and the tone of the photos as well.
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These are so great. I couldn’t agree more with the need to be unique for you to stand out. I’m working on doing the same. Thanks for sharing!
These are so rad Ben!! The birds are perfect.
These photos are fantastic. they definitely are unique, and stand out because of their originality. so jealous of your creativity. love the angle, clothing, model, seagulls . . .just the whole thang.
I love the (is every letter supposed to be uppercased IN THIS COMMENT BOX?…My lappy may be acting up…)clean blue against her white and green outfit. I love your work. you are DEFINITELY someone that inspires me to continue to get better.
Great job on these low angle portraits. There are so many angles to shoot from and so many ways to light a scene other than softboxes but most photogs adhere to industry norms when creating imagery. I recently shot laying on the ground and it reminded me to get dirty every now and then.
These are amazing. I love how you come up with things that i haven’t seen yet or seen much of!
I cannot handle the awesomesauce of this set. So cool. What gear were you rocking? And what settings? Thank you for your endless inspo!
Sara, Shot these with a 5D IV (or III, can’t remember) and a 35L. Deep DOF, low ISO, and shutter speed at whatever I needed to to underexpose slightly.