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3 Photographers Photographed the Same Model for Style

Three photographers took a shot to draw attention to the importance of style in photography.

Three photographers gathered for a challenge-like shot popularized by Jessica Kobeissi. They made different shots on the same model (Maya Boraine) and although the model was the same, the resulting photographs were very different from each other. Three photographers here (Sheldon Evans, Ricardo Lategan and Jessica Amdur) have a 13-minute video.

"We want to show you what kind of equipment you have, where you are or what you do not matter. Even if you have the same style, the same style and the same place, you can take a completely different photo because it is up to you to create something unique and different as a photographer, "he says. Evans used a Fujifilm X-T10 with an Amador 56mm f / 1.2 lens when using a Canon 6D with 24-70 mm lens. Lategan used a Canon 77D with a 50mm f / 1.8 lens. Each photographer was given 3 minutes to use his or her own style and vision to create a unique portrait, even when photographing the same model, position and outfit.

1. Location

Photograph taken by Jessica Amdur

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Photograph taken by Ricardo Lategan

Photograph taken by Sheldon Evans

2. Location

Photograph taken by Jessica Amdur

Photograph taken by Ricardo Lategan

Photograph taken by Sheldon Evans

3. Location

Photograph taken by Jessica Amdur

Photograph taken by Ricardo Lategan

Photograph taken by Sheldon Evans

                    

                                            
                                            
                    
                        

                        
                    

                    
                                            

                        
                                                

                    Source :
                    https://petapixel.com/2018/07/25/3-photographers-shoot-1-model-to-show-that-style-is-what-matters/