His remarkable work results from a refined photographic process. With a final vision in mind, Jb shoots over several stages, each resulting in a single image. At each stage, he adds layers of complexity until his vision is realised. "When you start shooting, every photographer wants to take a lot of pictures because you don't want to miss anything," he explains. "I want to make the right moment happen at the right time. I work in a way that allows me to take a couple of frames that are really what I want in terms of lighting and composition. It's an approach I developed quite early because I was bored of editing pictures I didn't like."
Jb applied this process during his first-ever shoot with the Canon EOS R5 and Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM lens, resulting in a truly incredible final image (above). Here he talks us through his approach and the techniques behind it.