My name is Adrian Sierkowski. I am technically a film Director of Photography, but also enjoy shooting on my Nikon. Generally I stick to location photography, and I am known to enjoy the odd thousand or so cups of coffee. I live in Pasadena these days, but I travel wherever my F150 takes me-- and work...
When it comes to photography, I prefer to shoot film. I like working at the lower F stop range, playing with focus to draw the eye. I prefer naturalistic lighting and continuous lighting. Generally, I shot in real locations/on location with as little equipment as possible. I want to try to catch the essence of an area, and the person within it without having obtrusive film or photographic lighting and equipment around. I try to avoid photoshopping anything, aside from setting the white and black levels while scanning up negative. I have a tendency to droll onward about how I shoot things, or about film in general (sorry you might have to suffer through it!)
By all means if you have some ideas for shots you'd like to do, or even just a "feel," or a piece of art which inspired you, and want me to shoot it; well firstly I'm honored, and secondly, drop me a line!
Demo Reel: https://vimeo.com/50429286
Instagram : @adriansierkowski
Feel free to drop by, say hi, general chit chat, or if ever anyone has any questions on a technical or art like level, ask away. I don't much think or talk about art, but I suppose I have opinions ect.
Also, addendum, what ever happened to photography which tells a story? Which has some deeper meaning?