last thread hit the limitrelevant article:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-7290737/Brooklyn-Beckham-embarks-tense-phone-call-takes-break-photography-internship.html
well at least these are more interesting
And that's all folks.
thanks a bunch OP. These part 2 images are better.i still hate the dogshit captions he put on them
Thank you for taking your time OP.He actually has nicer shots here.>>3513170Based taste
Lens filters you say?
>>3513154OP DELIVERED, THANK YOU BASED OP
Say what you will about his photos, he seems like a genuinely good brother and a decent enough guy
>>3513159I like the exposure on this one>>3513175Thank you op. I know earlier you said it was just $10 nbd but you’ve given this board some genuine entertainment that we don’t get to see very often. People like you make this board a better place I’m glad you decided to post the family photos too op. This kid is insanely obsessed with himself, but the family photos were heartwarming. It’s nice to know that even though he’s a bit douchey, he is a good brother to his younger siblings Overall this kid takes mostly shit photos and has a lot to learn about photography. There are occasional gems though, which gives me hope that if he ever puts in a little elbow grease and actually tries to learn, then he could become good one day.
>>3513154that article gave me the creepsi mean that could have been any of us in his shoes
>>3513154Isn't the point of an internship to learn? It doesn't take much in the digital age of photography to take a lucky, one-off good photograph, and expecting professional work based off of one photograph seems silly to me.
>>3514388The purpose of an internship is to gain real world work experience. You don’t go into internships expecting them to spoon feed you the basics. That’s why it’s called an internship rather than being called a class/workshop. You should go into it already knowing a decent amount about the subject. The employer shows you what the day-to-day routine is like in the industry, will likely teach you some professional practices you may not have learned at school, helps you with networking, etc.
>>3514388It's just an extra line on resume. And you do it for free. Or, wait for it... you pay to do it!
>>3514388https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7j2ecKeQTYAt least Jenna had something to offer.
>>3514560wtf is this
>>3514671Oh, my sweet summer child.
>>3513154>https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-7290737/Brooklyn-Beckham-embarks-tense-phone-call-takes-break-photography-internship.htmli guess the article is photography drama.. which is somewhat rare..but its just a trash website that makes up anything.. ofcourse saying that some big name is saying another big name doesnt know shit will get more reads - no one is quoted, there is no evidence..even the article said he did a photography course at a big name school for a year..like there is a chance he might not know about depth of field or whatever.. but he is 20 and seems to be shooting for big brands already.. so kinda like whatever either way
>>3513154If I had to guess, he probably knows fuck all about studio lighting.He did a shoot for some magazine a few days ago that looked like he's improving.https://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/2019/07/30/hana-cross-victoria-summer-2019/But I wonder if it has more to do with:> Lighting & Photo assistant Conor Clarkeand> Special thanks to Park Village Studios (see pic related)Does anyone have the Attenborough picture they claim Rankin liked?Kinda curious.[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Camera SoftwareEmbettered by PicMonkey. http://www.picmonkey.comImage-Specific Properties:Image OrientationTop, Left-HandHorizontal Resolution300 dpiVertical Resolution300 dpiImage Created2014:02:13 10:17:14Color Space InformationsRGBImage Width5760Image Height3840Scene Capture TypeStandard
>>3513154he looks like his mom
I don't know lads, some of his pics are pretty kino. Do you think he paid the editor of the book to pick the ones they will print?
>>3514735I think the talk is about this one:>Sir David Attenborough’s Netflix series Our Planet has had viewers mesmerised by its stunning cinematography since it landed on the streaming site last week but fans may be surprised to hear that Brooklyn Beckham is involved.>Brooklyn worked on the From Deserts To Grasslands episode of the wildlife series where he helped track five cheetahs and met with local school children.
>>3514959>inbefore someone downloads it and posts samples>inbefore that someone is me
>>3514735>Lighting & Photo assistant Conor Clarkehttps://www.conorvonclarks.com/Interesting stuff.
STAHPI CAN'T TAKE THIS NO MORE
>>3514735he just clicked the shutter, the team is far too big to give any credit to brooklyn for composition
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>>3515526You seriously cannot be this dense.
Do people honestly think his photos look good?
>>3515553I wasn't either of those posters, just making a dumb image from a silly exchange, chill your tits
>>3513154It's like the worst snapps in a recent photo thread printed out
Is this a /p/ meme I'm not aware of? Because those photos look like amateur shit
>>3513154Thank you OP
i would literally kill this piece of shit
>>3513154>brooklyn beckhamRomeo is the one to watch.
Imagine being that guy. He can shoot any model he wants. He could buy any camera he wants with all lenses that were ever released in human history. Even if his photos are mediocre, they are never going to be forgotten and end up getting printed, published and in galleries. In 200 years people will still look at Brooklyn Beckham's photos. Meanwhile you are slaving away 40 hours a week and your photos will be forgotten the moment you die. Even if you made it as a photographer you still would have to shoot weddings or product to survive. How does it feel?
>>3515930Instagram is the great equalizer. It's what would let a literal who from Canada named Peter McKinnon stand above someone with as privileged of an upbringing as Brooklyn Beckham. Funny enough, there's still a large contingent of /p/ that will shit on instagram and talk about how likes and follower counts don't mean anything. Instagram is probably the easiest and most accessible way to bridge that gap between you and someone like Brooklyn Beckham. It's a way for you to take your fate into your own hands. Instead of relying on publications to publish your work like photographers of yesteryear, you can do all that shit yourself. You can fail or succeed entirely on your own. And still these people don't want to take advantage of this medium that past photographers would have killed to have because they think taking good photos and letting it rot in their hard drive is a much better course of action.
>>3513154most of them are trash and he seems full of himself but he also has some geniune good shots, thanks for posting OP
>>3514139You're just supposed to be like that in general. >>3514378you, maybe
this is art now?
>>3515555based quads his photos are worse than the average snapshits posted here tbqh
>>3515955Whatever you say zoomer but I'll have you know I'm perfectly happy letting my pic rot on the back of a magazine.Enjoy following/unfollowing thinking such a meaningless act will get you anywhere though.
>>3512088last thread is full, just wanted to point this outthis looks like the same guy that willem verbeeck shot, he went to shoot in coney island too. maybe they were there on the same day[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:PhotographerasanzeteImage-Specific Properties:
>>3513164>>3513159>>3513160this dude is mostly a big joke but these arent that bad i actually like them
>>3519667the difference is that verbeeck gets constant good results. i really like his work
>He also apparently kept changing outfits throughout the job, even though he was the one behind the camera.Jesus Christ I hate this kid.
>>3513154based op is based