The Next Big Idea | South Bend Advertising Photography | Digital Art That Rocks

Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist

I'm always looking for the next big idea. If you're a company doing cool things, creating innovative products and services, and have second to none customer service, I want to work with you! 

Hi there, I'm Brian Rodgers Jr. commercial photographer/digital artist and founder of Digital Art That Rocks LLC. I'm based out of South Bend Indiana and I've had the opportunity to work with clients from all over the country in various industries.

Being an artist my entire life, I'm always looking for creative and innovative new ways to create visual assets in the marketplace. If you're looking for highly creative PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY and RETOUCHING SERVICES, you came to the right place. Creative Vision. Technical Proficiency.™ Digital Art That Rocks.

Commercial Photographer And Digital Artist Brian Rodgers Jr Featured On the Cover Of Photoshop User Magazine

Commercial Photographer And Digital Artist Brian Rodgers Jr Featured On the Cover Of Photoshop User Magazine

Commercial Photographer and Digital Artist Brian Rodgers Jr. Featured on the Cover of Photoshop User Magazine - February 2018 Issue

This issue's cover  is by Brian Rodgers Jr., an Addy Award winning commercial photographer and digital artist based out of South Bend, Indiana. He's the founder of Digital Art That Rocks and specializes in product and architectural photography with an emphasis on the post-production process. Brian has crafted commercial imagery for global companies and small businesses alike through his relentless work ethic, creative vision, and technical proficiency. His rock & roll roots run deep.

 

The Hero Shot - Commercial Photographer And Digital Artist Brian Rodgers Jr

The Hero Shot - Commercial Photographer And Digital Artist Brian Rodgers Jr
In 2016 Brian became a part-time writer for Fstoppers.com and within just a few months became the highest rated product photographer on the Fstoppers Community

Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist and product photography expert Brian Rodgers Jr. teamed up with the crew at Fstoppers late last fall to produce a comprehensive tutorial on all things product photography. This tutorial is over 13 hours long and provides an incredible value for anyone looking to develop their skills in product photography. In this tutorial, Brian teaches a wealth of knowledge through his years of experience specializing in commercial product photography. 

We've worked with a lot of world-class photographers over the years but I am confident in saying that Brian Rodgers Jr is by far the hardest working photography instructor I've worked with. He worked at least 15 hours every single day preparing, filming, and then post-processing each of the shots for this tutorial without a single day off. We filmed this tutorial in in just seven days but it's taken us months to finish editing it. - Lee Morris

Chicago Commercial Product Photography for Advertising | Digital Art That Rocks LLC

Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist

Brian Rodgers Jr. at Digital Art That Rocks creates some of the most eye catching and dynamic product photography in the midwest. At Digital Art That Rocks, it's all about providing clients with craftsmanship, quality and amazing client service. 

Contact Brian today if you're interested in seeing what creative commercial photography from Digital Art That Rocks can do for your business!

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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Architectural Fine Art Bridge Series | Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art That Rocks

 Charleston Fine Art Bridge #1 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

Charleston Fine Art Bridge #1 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

This is a three part architectural fine art series that I created recently while one location in Charleston, South Carolina. Though today I'm a working professional in the world commercial photography, I've been an artist my entire life. I've enjoyed creating art with many mediums over the years including but not limited to drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and music. This short series is an homage to those years of studying the elements and principles of design such as line, form, shape, repetition, space color, texture, and rhythm. 

 Charleston Fine Art Bridge #2 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

Charleston Fine Art Bridge #2 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

Truth be told, this series didn't happen intentionally. I didn't seek out the creation of these images, in fact they found me. I was traveling in South Carolina and had an opportunity to hop on a boat and spend a good portion of the day on the Atlantic ocean. While on the boat, I saw many things that caught my eye, including some nearby dolphins. But I've always been fascinated with bridges for some reason. They also bear many philosophical meanings. I photographed these bridges traveling at least 40 mph. With my camera in hand, I quickly composed and framed this series of bridge photographs capturing what naturally came to my mind's eye. I’m always intrigued by finding the simplicity in something so seemingly complex. 

 Charleston Fine Art Bridge #3 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

Charleston Fine Art Bridge #3 (Photographed in Charleston, SC)

This fine art bridge series isn't about technical approach. It's not about documenting the environment in which the bridge exists. It's about creating a mood, and a feeling. I think these images offer the viewer a haunting beauty. These images are desolate in the fact that there are no clouds floating around in the sky... as if everything is at a stand still. There are no moving cars. No people. Just metal structures in the sky with a lot of negative space, repetitive lines, shape and form. But deeper than that, a sense of mystery and alternate thinking. 

I think it's important that we don't always take things at face value. Many things in life have much deeper meanings. Look at the before and after of this architectural image. It may look like a pretty mundane image at first glance, however when meticulously processed in black and white the image takes on a completely different mood.  

Be sure to check out my architectural photography portfolio HERE. Some of my local markets include South Bend, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Chicago, Grand Rapids, and Lansing to name a few. Architectural Imagery from Digital Art That Rocks can help you advertise your space to fill it with customers, sell a client on your architectural/construction services or even help your marketing team furnish a hotel with large fine art prints. If my work resonates with you, please let me know how I can be of service.

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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