Dramatism


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The other day I was looking through some videos of masters in photography, some interviews and I caught one of Ralph Gisbon.

Ralph Gisbon is a known photographer of portraits and life, his images are controversial, full of dramatist, movement and life. His portraits are addictive and sometimes you can feel embarrassed but you cannot stop looking at them, they have a lot of power.

In this video, you can see it beneath, he answers question about his photography, how he started, why he shoot in film, who admires, etc but the answer that got me was when the interviewer asked him why he shoot in black and white.

He could have answered that because he likes, because it creates tension and contrast, but his answer really get my think:

Keep reading to see the video and my own images!

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Christmas lights


An studio shoot about christmas dresses, it was really difficult to took the photos in a really slow time and with so less light just for trying to caught the lights!

Of course it was even more difficult because the models arrived late and just 2 of them(we are 4 groups so we need 4 models). That inconvenient forced us to shoot an editorial in less than 2 hours!

And of course the edit part was again hard ’cause everything needed a different edit: the background, the model, the dress, the lights, …

Finally this was the result: 4 photos that I don’t love it but i don’t dislike either.

At least we learn how to shoot and edit with slow time and low light and how to manage the time for a shooting!

Nailia

Nailia

Nailia

Nailia

Photos: Berta Devant, David Company, Laura Gonzalez, Sandra Mateo and Alex Alsina.

I hope you would like it.

Feel free to ask anything o post a comment, they’re always welcome.

BERTA DEVANT

bertadeva@gmail.com