User Spotlight: Photographer and Filmmaker, Andrew Roach

We are excited to feature a new user spotlight! We discovered Andrew on Instagram after he tagged us in some behind the scenes photos from one of his shoots. We are always excited to see how creative our users are with our gear, and we get especially excited to see how business owners take advantage of creating mobile video for their business. Keep reading to learn and see how Andrew has implemented the iOgrapher into his toolkit of professional cameras and other gear.  

"I am a portrait photographer and filmmaker living in Brighton, UK. I’ve been shooting for about 10 years now. Brighton is a very lively city and I get to shoot a wide variety of subjects: environmental portraits, glamour, live events and weddings."

 

                                                    

"I bought the iOgrapher to use in interviews of clients that I was photographing. Although I have both a Canon 5D Mark II and a Fuji film XT1, I found them to be too bulky for the smaller, intimate interviews."

"In addition I wanted to be able to increase what I could put out on social media in the form of live clips and behind-the-scenes videos, and so the ability to switch the iOgrapher to portrait mode and just let it run on Facebook live or Instagram with the visual quality from the mini iPad and the sound quality from the Rode Video Mic Pro means it’s going to be great for my business."

 

                                 

"Because I have a range of DSLR cameras I have also a range of accessories which I can now use with the iOgrapher for various set-ups. I’m really looking forward to trying them out!"

"This last image of the iOgrapher with Rode mic, wide angle lens and Manfrotto PIXI EVO tripod is my favourite."

                                  

Be sure to checkout Andrew's website here. Do you know any small business owners who use iOgrapher? Have them reach out to us for a User Spotlight feature! 


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