Friday, June 3, 2011

Photoflex Welcomes Kevin Kubota

Photoflex is proud to welcome wedding and commercial photography sensation Kevin Kubota to the Photoflex Pro Showcase!

Kevin is a world renowned photographer and workshop leader who is regularly listed among the world's top ten wedding photographers. his wedding, portrait, and advertising images that speak to the heart, using emotion, joy, intimacy, energy, and compositional impact. Kevin's studio is in Central Oregon, where he photographs high-end clients from his region and around the nation.

His wedding and portrait work is often featured in magazines such as Rangefinder, Studio Photography & Design, Popular Photography, and Shutterbug, as well as in photography books such as, The Best of Portrait Photography and The Best of Wedding Photojournalism by Bill Hurter, and others. Kevin's images have been featured in Nikon advertisements, calendars, trade show displays, and he was selected as the Nikon “Legend Behind the Lens” #2 on the Nikon website.

Shot using two Photoflex StarFlash® 300watt strobes through a 39x72 inch translucent LitePanel kit.


Kevin's current book is entitled, Digital Photography Boot Camp: A Step-by-Step Guide for Professionals, published by Amherst Media. He is currently in the process of writing another ambitious project entitled "The Lighting Notebook," a compendium of so many techniques that no other recent photo writer has had the courage to attempt it.

Rarely does the photo industry see an educator with an equal balance of recognized artistry, technical expertise, gifted teaching ability, and the energy to inspire and motivate other photographers to push themselves to completely new levels of vision and success.

Kevin's latest work using the Photoflex TritonFlash™.
To read Kevin's blog detailing this shoot, click here.

Photoflex is honored to have Kevin Kubota join the Pro Showcase ranks. Check out the July/August issue of Digital PhotoPro for a special editorial on some of Kevin's lighting strategies.

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