Korean photographer Suntag Noh has a unique style of photography. The self-taught and talented photographer has gained a lot of exposure in recent years. His style and lighting choices are one-of-a-kind and captivate many.
In almost all of Suntag Noh's shoots, he chooses to shoot in almost completely dark situations. His high-powered flash attached to his DSLR captures the subjects in his photos, while leaving the surrounding background ominous and almost non-existent.
The subjects are very unique in Suntag Noh's photos because they are photographers themselves. They may not all be professional but they are taking pictures of some unseen event or scenery. Suntag Noh chooses to shoot these picture takers instead of the perhaps more interesting objects that the others are attempting to photograph.
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