Used two B1s for this.
Front diffused thru a translucent 7' umbrella
Rim light behind with a 7" parabolic reflector.
Shot on the D5 and Nikkor 200mm f2
Hi Everyone, This is my first post on this website, so apologies if I'm doing something wrong.
I took these images on a Sony A7 with a 40$ Minolta 50mm 1.7 and a shoot through umbrella with the Godox AD 200.
I'd love to know what you all think about them. Cheers :)
Candid shot of fellow photographer
The natural light and shadows where just right .
Down town LA
This piece is by far my favorite photo I've taken. As I was trying to get the gorilla in frame without any reflection from the thick glass enclosure.I notice the child just looking at the gorilla smiling with amazement . So the photo before you is the end result.
Santa Barbara Zoo, CA
in this Video I have explain in a short way difference between HSS Flash/Strobe & Ambient Light!
First shoot with Jessica. I have wanted to explore the Colorado Railroad Museum, in Golden, CO. for a number of years and finally put things in motion. Interesting juxtaposition of the small frame and the huge machines.
I was shooting a few pictures with Sheena, for her horse rescue, and took a few portraits to get into the flow.
This was an attempt at a Leibovitz-inspired "scenic portrait". I didn't have the massive setup she uses. Just one speedlight to camera right.
I've edited this photo a dozen times and I feel like it keeps getting further and further from what I had in mind. What do y'all see in reguards to coloring, composure, lighting, etc... ?
I've used it for reference for years and am a big fan of the videos that the Fstoppers guys put out, I thought that this little vacation time was finally an opportunity to create my profile. I plan on being more active in the Fstoppers community.
I'm from Southern California, but here's a recent photo from a trip to London.
I hope this is the right group I'm posting this in.
This image is from a recent promotional photoshoot I done in collaboration with a beauty salon owner and her popular product, and of course model Dautarė Pauliukaitė.
Shot through an 85mm Canon prime lens.
It was a one light setup, Octogon softbox was used in very close...
makeup artist @dianaharbymua
model : maya
modeling agency : @unnmodels
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/3.2, 1/1000s, iso 100, Hss Strobe at full power 1/1.
I was at a ceremony here in Thailand, with seven monks presiding. It was actually funeral service. The crematorium was out in the forest; quite a lovely setting. After the ceremony was over several of the monks went off for a smoke break. I followed, showed them my camera and smiled and got this shot, which I'm very pleased with. Hope you enjoy...
This was took during my first photoshoot session and I want to receive some feedback.
If you can take 2 minutes and let me know what you think and maybe even give me some recommandations.
Shot in the Yakima River Canyon in Washington State, the winter colors and sunset (by coincidence) worked perfectly with Rachel's style choice color pallet .
Laura Davis - from the Round Top Townsfolk project. For more information please see my profile.
Hello all you talented people! This was my first time shooting in a couple months. After editing, I am very happy with the results! So, I thought I would share. This image was shot with natural ambient light (outside), with a gelled key light, and orange smoke for atmosphere.
" We had a fabulous day out , shooting this lovely teen and her family for an equestrian themed birthday. " We took a little trip up to North Saint Cloud, Florida. The whole family dressed in matching red,white & blue plaid.We posed the featured model with each horse, mounted and standing. She posed with both horses and also with the whole...