A blog about softlighting
Spotted! Over on the TV series: She’s Got the Look, (a model competition for women over 35) we spot a 33″ Mola Euro in use! Below is a short video extract from Season 1, Episode 4… and the final stills… and some stills from the production of Season 2 showing some behind-the-scenes shots of the Mola in use.
We are excited to announce the following products to the Mola range; Compression V2 After a long absence Mola re-introduces the Compression ring – speed ring mounting system called CompressionV2. CompressionV2 will be our standard speed ring mounting system starting in January 2010. Now the quickest and easiest way of mounting a variety of speed rings (see mola-light.com), in steel or aluminum. CompressionV2 works by applying equal pressure around the outside lip or body of the speed ring in conjunction […]
Spotted! We spot a 28″ Mola Setti in use by uber-talented David Nguyen for his ViVid Magazine photoshoot at The Montage Resort, Laguna Beach. Below is a behind-the-scenes video of the photoshoot using the setti outdoors. More of David’s gorgeous work can be found on his website – davidnstudio.com ViViD Summer Photo Shoot 2009 from Matt Rodgers on Vimeo.
Incredible wedding / fashion photographer Walter Malabehar Cantu (of Kaizen Photo) is hosting a seminar on wedding photography and lighting on the 30th of January 2010 at Calumet Chicago. Walter has previously been featured on our ‘Who’s Using‘ section of the main Mola Light website. The seminar deals with a number of different lighting styles, but he will also cover Mola products. Details on the seminar are here. Also check out his blog for some mola-ry mention. beauty shots with […]
Spotted! Celebrity photographer John Russo shoots Serena Williams with a Mola. Actual capture time was around 5 mins for the shot, the lighting setup beforehand around an hour. A brilliant example of being prepared for your clients. Serena’s response to the image captured? “The client loved the shot” Make sure you check out John’s website: www.johnrussophoto.com. visit the imaginginfo.com article here for info on the shoot.