And finally a shot from Rolleiflex using Fuji 160NC Film…
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Rolleinar +1, Rolleipar +1,Fuji 160NC Film.
This is the second part of the rose that I found on the beach last week.
This time I was playing with light fall-off with a saftbox directly above and very close to the rose.
Nikon D90, 50mm f1.8, ISO 100.
A bit more experimentation with light painting…
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens.
Revisted Kau Point again yesterday afternoon and since we had been there last it looks like someone had a bit of a party there, complete with generator, smoke machine and they even put in a toilet and shower. It didn’t feel half as spooky as it did the first time we were there.
I hadn’t tried balls of light for a while so decided this was the place to have anther go… Still need to work on my technique a bit to get the balls perfectly spherical but was happy with a least one of them 🙂
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens, ISO 400.
Sunset taken from the Interisland Ferry leaving Picton a couple of years ago.
I think there might have been fires in Australia which accounts for the intense colour of the sky. (No modification in Photoshop)
Sorry this is a quick stock one while the excitement builds for the Rolleiflex I get back tomorrow!
Seen at my favourite graffiti alley off Leftbank in Wellington
Flower Macro using extension tube.
Straight off the camera with no processing.
Ok this is what happens when I get in the proper headspace for photography and then a couple of friends happen to come along.
I had been thinking of using my garage as a studio (albeit a small one) but had always had problems with doing it because my 500W studio lights only have half and full power so getting them powered down enough to use in a small space is kinda problematic.
The workaround for this was just using the modelling lights and bumping up the ISO to round 800 (which using a D70s means noise galore). I kept the white balance on the camera set to Daylight to get the golden light which fitted this shoot.
Nikon D70s, 18-70mm Lens, ISO 800 f5.6 at 1/60th Second. Lighting from Modelling lights of Electra 500W Compact Lights… Last image has red gel over background light.
A couple of random shop window shots from London
The trick with shooting through windows is to place the front of the lens directly against the window so you dont get any reflections and it also means you can use slow shutter speeds.
The idea was to make the light look like it was coming out of the apple.
Originally shot for the Canon Eos Photo5 Competition
Nikon D70s ISO 200 f8 1/640 sec (which is kinda odd cause the D70s is only supposed to sync up to 1/500 sec)
Red Splat 2
This one didnt make the cut for the comp but was kinda cool
Nikon D70s ISO 200 f8 1/640 sec
I really like how crap the setup is (random piece of perspex with holes drilled into it balanced on an upsidedown chair on the family table) but how good the end result looks… I feel its a good example of what you can do without spending a whole heap of money on fancy equipment.