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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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Midwest Commercial Advertising, Product & beverage Photography | Digital Art That Rocks LLC | Brian Rodgers Jr.

Happy New Year from Digital Art That Rocks LLC!  Wishing you and yours a happy, healthy, and safe 2016!

You path to better imagery starts here! If you're looking to integrate award winning commercial advertising photography into your marketing and advertising budget for 2016, you've come to the right place.

Digital Art That Rocks LLC is a commercial photography studio based out of Mishawaka Indiana. Great advertising starts with great imagery. Digital Art That Rocks produces high end commercial advertising photography, creative retouching, composite imagery and video services that help businesses connect with their customers. Because at Digital Art That Rocks, it's all in the details.

Specializing in Product Photography, Beverage Photography, Architectural Photography

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art that Rocks LLC | South Bend Indiana Commercial Advertising Photography

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
— Steve Jobs

I don't typically get all philosophical on my blog, but I just wanted to simply say, find something in life that you love doing, and just go for it! Put your heart and soul into it. Could you imagine, if everyone in the world could do what they love for a living, the world would be a much better place.

If you're in a job right now, dreaming of bigger things, go out and make your dreams a reality! Start today! You can't wait for things to happen, you have to make things happen. It's going to take some time, maybe even years. It's going to be a lot of hard work to get there. Through struggle comes strength.

This is just me having fun testing some lighting before photographing some executive portraits on location. Did you know that smiles are contagious? I kid you not, when you smile, other people smile, imagine that...the camera looks both ways

10 More Photographers You Should Be Following On Fstoppers | Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art That Rocks | Commercial Photography South Bend Indiana

Lee Morris Co-Founder of Fstoppers created a list of "incredible photographers who shoot much more than your average portrait" and featured their work in this particular article. Brian Rodgers Jr. Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist at Digital Art That Rocks LLC made that list! 

Brian was also selected as Fstoppers Photo Of The Day on August 6th for his beverage/splash photography!

Brian’s product work has really made an impression on me. In some of his most memorable shots he has combined fire and smoke with his products to produce some unforgettable finished images. -Lee Morris of Fstoppers
— https://fstoppers.com/architecture/10-more-photographers-you-should-be-following-fstoppers-80995

Read the entire article & check out some work of some other truly amazing image makers: https://fstoppers.com/architecture/10-more-photographers-you-should-be-following-fstoppers-80995


Commercial Beer & Beverage Photography South Bend | Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art That Rocks

“Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like” - David Allen Harvey

Any time I create photography, whether commercially or self assignments, I want the viewer to feel something. For me, that is the ultimate goal. I try to light my subjects in a way that creates a some sort of mood to invoke a feeling. In this example, I've created a shot of a beer bottle with strategically placed light. This image is simple and clean, yet it has atmosphere. It feels as if you're sitting outside on a rooftop on a summer night gazing at the city below. After a long hard day at work, just take in the fresh scent of rain, with an ice cold brew in hand. Enjoy the time-lapse!