What Happens When 3 Photographers Shoot One Model?
Every photographer has a slightly different perspective than the other. It's the beauty of being a photographer - we all have our own creative eye. So what happens when three photographers come together to shoot the same model?
Nikon Ambassadors Bambi Cantrell, Charmi Peña and Vincent Versace assist each other and shoot the same model with the same camera - the new, mirrorless Nikon Z6 - and a variety of Z mount and F mount lenses.
“Each photographer using the same camera, sees the same scene with different results,” says Bambi Cantrell.
Bambi Cantrell - Nikon Z6 w/ NIKKOR Z 25mm f/1.8 S, 1/125 second, f/4.0, ISO 400, manual exposure
“It actually ended up being a really great experience to work with people who see very differently than I do," Charmi says.
Charmi Peha - Nikon Z6 w/ NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.8 S, 1/1000 second, f/1.8, ISO 800, aperture priority
Working with, collaborating and assisting other photographers is an effective way of learning more about photography and broadening your perspective. Whether through workshops, hands-on classes or photography events and outings, you're bound to learn something new or have a chance to capture something you wouldn't have tried at before.
Vincent Versace - Nikon Z6 w/ AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR, 1/160 second, f/2.8, ISO 180, aperture priority
Art's Cameras Plus looks to strengthen a photographer's creative eye and photography skill set through classes and events. Art's also has a local camera club - the FOCUS group - which is free to join. It's an exclusive photography group that hosts monthly events and workshops for photographers to take pictures, network, collaborate, and learn.
For more information, check out artscameras.com/focus or visit our calendar for upcoming classes and events.
Want to try the Nikon Z6? Rent it at Art's Cameras Plus.