It was a gloomy March evening and my man TZR hit me up. He mentioned that he hates my promo pics, and offered an upgrade. The only cost on my end was to be up at the crack of dawn. He expressed interest in a sunrise shoot to try some things with lighting. I gladly obliged. In typical rapper fashion, I was slightly late, but there was enough time to work. I saw this as an opportunity to simultaneously shoot a video to promote an upcoming project with DJ Trickalome. I messaged Wayne Campbell, and he was instantly intrigued by the early morning conditions (must be a photographer thing). We all met around 6:30 am at the foot of the Tacony Palmayra bridge, on the banks of the Delaware River. What happened next is documented below. TZR displayed an array of photographic styles, while Wayne brought my idea, and music, to life. I present "Transatlantic Funeral" #broadstreetphoto #DirbyWayneCampbell #philadelphiashootersclub
Thanks Bill Miller
Nikon D750 and D610. Tokina 100mm Macro 2.8. Sigma 35mm Art 1.4. Saberstrip. Yongnuo YN568EX Speedlites and YN622N Controller and Triggers.