Behind the Scenes. It’s…THE YEAR OF THE SHEEP! by Irwin Wong

1/04/2015 ISO1200 MAGAZINE 0 Comments


This is his presentation: Irwin is not only a editorial photographer based in Tokyo, he also writes for the popular lighting blog Strobist.com as the Asia correspondent.

At the end of each year Irwin Wong shoots a Nengajo (a type of Japanese greeting card for the New Year) of his close friends/team members in the theme of a movie poster, featuring the animal of the year’s Chinese zodiac.


You can check out the previous ones here and here. This year it was to be the year of the sheep, so Irwin Wong rounded everyone up, threw them into a car and drove down to a farm outside Tokyo to do the photoshoot.







EQUIPMENT:
Hasselblad H5D-40
HCD 35-90mm f/4-5.6
HCD 80mm f/2.8
Profoto B1 x2
Profoto RFi 3' Octa w/ softgrid
Profoto Magnum Reflector


Read the full post on blog.irwinwong.com


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