Photographer Philippe Echaroux Used A McDonald’s Big Mac Box To Create Stunning Portraits

French photographer Philippe Echaroux recently decided to challenge himself in the area of shooting portraits of strangers. Instead of using high-end camera equipment, he decided to use an iPhone and light his subjects using a McDonald’s Big Mac box.

“I like to challenge myself,” Echaroux tells PetaPixel.

More info: Philippe Echaroux, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: petapixel)

His lighting rig consisted of a flashlight, a drinking straw, and a Big Mac box:







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