Shooting art can be a tricky task. Replicating the colors, texture and vibrance all while lighting it properly and controlling detail ruining reflection is challenging. Every canvas provides it’s own nuances and unique elements needing to be worked around, especially a canvas that is 3 dimensional and isn’t entirely static. All of these tattoos are original works by my friend Josiah Laughlin. He tattoos here in Portland, Oregon at Imperial Tattoo, and this is an ongoing series we’re collaborating on to document his portfolio. C’mon in to see more of his work and read through diagrams on how I shot them.
by tyson robichaud photography in General ramblings, Lighting tutorials, Photography tutorials and tagged art, body, camera, imperial, lens, lighting, oregon, pdx, pearl district, photography, portland, shop, strobe, studio, tattoo | 19 Comments