Shadow Play

Shadow Play

While harsh shadows can be a bane for new photographers, they’re just another creative tool for our member photographers at the top of the game. Check out how Julian Laurent Georges, (pictured here) and Jacki Bruniquel, William Lambelet, Victor Lax, Two Mann Studios, Ken Pak, and Susan Stripling use shadows to create dramatic photographs that stand out from the crowd. On our blog today at WBWP.

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Photographed by William Lambelet
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Photographed by Two Mann Studios 
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Photographed by Julien Laurent Georges
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Photographed by Victor Lax
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Photographed by Jacki Bruniquel
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Photographed by Susan Stripling
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Photographed by Ken Pak

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