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WPPI Social Profile

WPPI

United States
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Top 1%
Friendly
Photographers

How Influential is WPPI

Influence
77 /100
+
Engagement Level
Very High
 
1.1
3.2
4.0
 
387.0
6.0
True Reach
8,365
Top Topics
Photographers, Portraits, Photography
Top Location
United States
Insights
Active
2.1 Posts Per Day (all-time)
Audience
98,375
Total Fans

WPPI's Top Content

I was walking around this venue, a smaller art gallery, when I noticed these various-sized paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling in the room where the bride and bridesmaids were hanging out prior the ceremony. I stood back and surveyed the scene in front of me. I break scenes down into, again, elements of interest. I decided to try a multiple exposure of the bride and her bridesmaids hanging out, with one normal exposure and the second exposure flipped upside down. It created a sci-fi type of scene, where the subjects were almost floating among these planet-like spheres. I stored this idea in what I call my "brain box" and carried on shooting the rest of the day. After the main portions of the reception were completed, I asked the couple to come upstairs with me for a quick portrait or two. I set up the couple in the middle of the frame, asked the bride to softly hold her dress while looking down at it, and the groom to hold her other hand and look right at the camera. I decided to go big and do a quadruple exposure in-camera. For the first shot, I placed a flash about 45 degrees from the subjects, and took the portrait. I sent them on their way back to the reception, and continued on with my second, third and fourth exposures. These were all taken only exposing for the highlights of the lanterns to ensure the shadows were deep and the couple really popped in the frame. For the second exposure, I flipped the camera upside down and kept the lanterns in focus. For the third exposure, I put the lanterns softly out of focus, and exposed normally. For the fourth and final exposure, I took a shot of the lanterns barely out of focus and flipped the camera upside down again. The result was a portrait that played with depth perception. It was exactly what I was going for and, to this day, is only one of four multiple exposure ideas that I executed properly with just one try. It is a photograph I am extremely proud of. — @jacob_loafman #30RisingStars
1,652 | December 6, 2016

WPPI's Audience Demographics

Influence
13%
Influential followers
Average Age
28
Years Old
Dominant Gender
Women
70%
Top Countries
United States
59%
United Kingdom
12%
Canada
5%
Top Cities
New York
14%
Los Angeles
7%
San Diego
7%

What Are WPPI's Followers Interested In

Photographers
13.8%
Photography
10.7%
Design
5.8%
Websites They Share
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