Prague Portfolio Shoot

As many of you know, we are in Prague, teaching and shooting for my portfolio. It’s been amazing so far and just wanted to share some of the images we have had the opportunity to produce and some of the behind the scenes.

We got to work with the beautiful Stana who is from the Czech and calls this beautiful place home.

From my perspective, shooting in a new location, whether it be your own city, a part of town you have never been to before, another country, or just dropping a pin on a map somewhere is a great place to get out of your comfort zone and push yourself to see differently.

So, funny thing about Prague. Tourists are EVERYWHERE! Yes, I realize the irony of it all. I am a tourist, as well. However, when trying to make a unique photograph in a city with wall to wall people on vacation, it’s not always easy to get to the shot.

The staircase shot was extremely difficult. Especially now that the location is being turned into a museum and they are restricting access. We were chased off within 10min. 🙂

Hope you enjoy! Get out there and try something new and make your own amazing images!

Gear used.

Phase One IQ250
Schneider Lenses
Profoto B1

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This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Derek Lamoureux

    Wow, love the photos, so jealous of that camera.Im stuck with the Nikon D750

  2. Brian Muntz

    Stunning work Sal! I’m happy the Phase is working out for you! I knew you would love it! 🙂

  3. Judy

    Wow. You continue to amaze and inspire. Thank you for sharing your talent with the world, Sal.

  4. Tamara

    Magnificent Sal. Just perfection. <3

  5. Sarah Khamsoda

    Gorgeous, gorgeous shots, and I’m challenged all over again by your persistence in getting the shot regardless of the obstacles! Thinking hard on my 1 year plan!

  6. Christopher Mikals

    Simply beautiful!!

  7. Jeff Dostalek

    I almost stopped breathing looking at these.

    1. admin

      thanks brother!! this was an awesome shoot for me… very happy with the results.

  8. Rebecca Nash

    Beautiful work Sal & Team! Just the jolt of inspiration I needed this morning

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