At the Colorado Railroad Museum, in Golden, Colorado.
These were growing on the side of a bridge so i was able to lie down and get this with nothing behind them. I like the image because of the lines so that is the primary emphasis I hope to make here.
My bride and groom trusted me when I wanted to experiment.
Their wedding was at a vintage train museum.
I had a vision of doing a backlit shot on the end of the train car late at night.
© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Model: Anel @ks_models_atyrau
HMUA: none, natural look
Hasselblad H6D-50c Lens: 150 mm
ISO: 100, Aperture: f/9, Shutter: 1/200s
Lighting: single Profoto D2 with zoom reflector
Another shot from our Philly buildings shoot, this one is a bit more dynamic with the perspective. I did lose some detail in some of the blacks, but I think I am OK with that.
Thoughts? Critiques? Insults?
This was my groom from first week of may.
You guys wouldn't believe the environment this shot was taken. A cluttered, living room, in ambient light from the picture window.
I love how these shots turned out.
This groom had ZERO doubts about marrying his bride. So cool, calm & confident.
I edited to isolate the...
So, you want to see what it looks like when I push post processing a little too far? Here you go.
Tonight I was at a party and just before sunset noticed some cool clouds over the lake. I grabbed my gear out of the car and shot these from the dock behind the home we were at. The color shots are unprocessed from RAW and the B&Ws are...
Model: Cristina Garces
Photographer: Gary McGillivray-Birnie
This foggy morning created a other-worldly scene in Huber Woods. Here, the vine-covered trees and mist created a scene that a dinosaur could walk out of!
New to the website and I'm loving everyone's photos. I hope to build my skills and share my imagination with you!
Thanks for having me.
I adore B&W, ever since I was a child in school, learning photography.
Whenever I want to isolate the mood, remove background distraction (too many diff colours) or just simplify, I go Blk & Wht.
In my 20's, you wouldn't believe how much I spent on Ilford film. I still shoot a roll here & there 😁.