Photography by Ian L. Sitren

Posts tagged “Hasselblad photographer

Wrapped In Papier Doux

Model Aristodeme naked except for wrapped in papier doux. A day we spent shooting with many unusual props and ideas. Much fun! Hasselblad digital camera system and Broncolor lighting. Thanks!

Aristodeme

 


Hasselblad Shooting Rolleiflex

Using the new Hasselblad X1DII camera to shoot an old vintage Rolleiflex camera. Lens was the Hasselblad XCD 3.5 120mm with Broncolor F160 LED lighting. Shot handheld at Camera West in Rancho Mirage CA.

X1DII Shooting a Rolleiflex


Xtine At Bombay Beach

Model Xtine in our photo shoot at Bombay Beach, Salton Sea. Hasselblad Digital camera system and Broncolor lighting. Thanks!

Xtine


Creator Demo Day

I shoot Hasselblad and Broncolor lighting and this is their latest. So I am going to go check it out at Camera West in Rancho Mirage!

Advance your imaging skills with medium format photography and professional lighting. Come and learn about the latest tools from Hasselblad and how medium format photography can inspire creativity. Also have on display, the all new XCD 45P, the world’s lightest digital medium format autofocus lens on!

Alongside cutting edge cameras, the latest in lighting tools from Broncolor – the leading edge in professional lighting solutions. Bring an SD card to take the images home with you!

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Two In The Gym

Photo shoot with a Hasselblad digital camera system and Broncolor lighting. Thank You!

At Cruz 2 Fitness personal training gym here in Palm Springs with Naomi (and Naomi). Best personal training ever!

Naomi Molina In The Gym


Fit In The Gym

What a great overall look of fitness! Weight training has done good for Naomi. From our photo shoot at Cruz 2 Fitness gym in Palm Springs. Real personal training that really makes all the difference. This is that on your refrigerator photo for after the holidays, new year fitness motivation!

Naomi Molina In The Gym

Photo shoot notes… Hasselblad digital camera system and Broncolor lighting. Thanks!

 


Are We Done With Mediocrity?

Are we done with just “good enough” and striving toward mediocrity? For decades I have always sought to bring the best photographs to my clients. But as we know, the last decade brought a dumbing down in many sectors as to what was acceptable.
With more competition and the ease of just using any blurry or poor quality photographs or video, what would set a company or an individual apart from the crowd? I am now seeing the beginnings of change and the best is now highly valued again. Let’s keep it going!
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