The World is My Studio with Hideaki Hamada


As uniquely driven a person feels while pursuing an effort, it’s challenging to describe how overwhelming it can be for a photographer to utilize the tools around them for their craft. Whether it’s a photographer in New York City for the first time or an experienced photographer in Singapore, all of it presents new opportunities and places to shoot.

Above is a video from a few years back that details photographer Hideaki Hamada as he uses Profoto A1 to create a lazy, airy summer look. It’s a straightforward video that gives a sense of how someone can use the world around them in their art. You don’t need an expensive studio to be a great photographer, all you need is a camera.


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