Model Kristie Gibson Photographed by Philadelphia based Photographer Jeff Cohn

STORY BEHIND THE SHOT: JEFF COHN

Gels can really add something unique and special to an image. Philadelphia-based photographer, Jeff Cohn, shares his process behind his mod-inspired series, Electric Dream.

Model Kristie Gibson Photographed by Philadelphia based Photographer Jeff Cohn

“I love the 60’s, but I find my influence is more of Tim Burton’s version of the 60’s from the 90’s,” states photographer Jeff Cohn. “This set was a chance to really play with my Einstein™ 640 flash units! I equipped two E640’s with Paul C, Buff, Inc. LiteMod™ Mainframes and gels, and my third E640 had a snoot so that I could concentrate the light on a specific area of my model.”

This photo series was shared in Toksick Magazine (September 2017).

EQUIPMENT USED:
Einstein™ 640 Flash UnitLiteMod™ Mainframe | Color Gels

CREDITS:
PHOTO: Jeff Cohn | Model: Kristie Gibson at VIE Agency | Makeup Artist & Hair: Frankie Flemming | Wardrobe & Styling: Liz Pillera

Photos by Jeff Cohn:


About Jeff Cohn

Philadelphia based Photographer Jeff Cohn photographed by Stevie ChrisJeff Cohn is a Philadelphia based photographer whose work is ever evolving. He thrives on new challenges, and showcasing variety. Jeff’s career began in the Music Industry circa 2003, as Tour photographer for industrial band KMFDM. In the years since, he has shot nearly every style of professional photography. He loves shooting products and food every bit as much as a model’s commercial portfolio, or a fashion designer’s look book.

FOLLOW JEFF COHN: Instagram | Website

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