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Model Mayhem #:
348417
Last Activity:
Aug 26, 2022
Experience:
Very Experienced
Compensation:
Paid Assignments Only
Joined:
Feb 18, 2007

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couples

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great bikini images

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great Portraits

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great retouching

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Hair images

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ideas for images

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Ideas for MUA's

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Just fun shoots

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killer outfits

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local

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MODELS i WANT TO SHOOT

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Robert of C3D's list of killer photos

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romantic

2 Photos

stunning art work

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About Me

Portrait Photographer in Willow Grove Pa
I shoot with Canon equipment
Hasselblad camera and lenses
Broncolor lighting

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"Robert is so much fun to shoot with! Super informative, kind, and professional. His studio is great, and he has tons of creative ideas and things to work with. I highly recommend shooting with him!" Read less

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"It's always a great experience shooting with Robert! He is always so professional and passionate about his work! I've never been dissatisfied with any of the images!" Read less

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Credit Notes

My equipment:

People have been asking me what equipment I am using to produce my images.  This brings to mind an old story:

A photographer and a writer get together to discuss their work.  The writer looks at the photographers portfolio and exclaims:  Such wonderful work you got here, you must have one hell of a camera.  After which, the photographer reads the writer's manuscript, and states:  Great work you got here, you must have one hell of a typewriter.

The moral of the story is that it's not the steadiness of the hand, but rather the passion in the heart, that makes for wonderful images.  Although you do need the right tool for the right job.  My tools are:

Hasselblad:
Hasselblad H6D-100c Camera
Hasselblad HC 24mm f/4.8 lens
Hasselblad HC 50mm II f/3.5 lens
Hasselblad HC 80mm II f/2.8 lens
Hasselblad HC 120mm II f/4.0 lens
Hasselblad HC 300mm f/4.5 lens
Hasselblad HC 50-110mm f/3.5-4.5 lens
Hasselblad HTS 1.5 tilt/shift

Video Canon:
Canon EOS 5D SR camera
Canon 50mm f/1.2 L lens
Canon 100mm f/2.8 L lens
Canon 16-35mm II f/2.8 L lens
Canon 70-200mm II f/2.8 L lens
Canon 24-105mm f/4 L lens
Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L lens

Broncolor Verso A4 RFS 2400 Watt/Second Power Pack
Broncolor Verso Battery Dock for Verso Power Pack
Broncolor Mobil Move 1200L Watt/Second Power Pack
Broncolor Mobil A2L 1200 Watt/Second Power Pack
Broncolor Ringflash C
Broncolor 3 Honeycomb Grids for Ringflash C
Broncolor Para 88 FB Reflector Umbrella
Broncolor Para 220 FB Reflector Umbrella
Broncolor Ringflash P adapter
Broncolor Lightbar 120 - 6400 Watt/Second Bi-Tube Lamphead
Broncolor 2 Leaf Barndoor Set for Broncolor Lightbar 120
Broncolor Unilite 3200 W/S Flash Heads
Broncolor Pulsoflex EM Softboxes 14"x48"
Broncolor Softlight Beauty Dish Reflector - 20.4" silver
Honeycomb Grid for Softlight Reflector
Broncolor Diffuser for Broncolor Softlight Reflector
California-Sunbounce Pro Sun-Swatter with Translucent 2/3 Screen Kit (4 x 6'
California-Sunbounce reflectors
5 Quantum Flashes (X5DR, T5D-R's and Trio) and battery packs for portability:


Other:
Softboxes, beautydishes, and other modifiers by: Chimera, Mola, Photoflex, etc...
And of course a Metz 54mz-4 for the Hassey and a 580EXII for the Canon with a few Pocket Wizards when I can’t use the Quantum Pilot or Tri with a bunch of Quantum flashes with modifiers...