A few days ago my son went for a walk in a local county park. He came back with several phone shots of mushrooms. It has been a warm winter so far, so the fungi have been taking advantage and coming out all over.
It took me a few days, but I finally had some time to go out to the park...
My Nephew and his fiance.
DxO Filmpack 5 processed with Agfa Vista 200 film simulation.
Wish the weather was better, but you do what you gotta do with what Ohio gives you this time of year!! :)
Used the Z6 with the Z 24-70/S and Tamron 70-200G2 on the FTZ.
eye-AF used with AF-C and low...
Four light set up.
AD300 in 64" PLM camera right, AD300 with wing umbrella front lower, AD300 with ADS60 camera left 180 from main light slightly behind subject and AD100 with round dome(a little too hot) on white V-Flat.
I shot this at a show where a group of local cosplayers had set up a charity fundraising area for Kosair Children's Hospital. Calling it Heroes for Kosair. Aside from from being able to help them out by taking photos. This shot in particular made the entire day worth it. A little guy who was...
We spent some time at our local park with a cousin and her mom.
The stuffed dog was not supposed to be part of the shoot but the little one would not let it go so we went with it.
I am not a Pro Portrait shooter so be gentle.
An informal place to post portraits, products, and practice with all things flash.
Techniques, modifiers, gear, etc.
Please join me with your thoughts, tips and creations.
An exercise with my new to me V-flat.
In this case as a small footprint, easy to up and down black backdrop - I...
A few from a portrait shoot today for friends. Mixture of Z6 and Z35/1.8, Z50/1.8 and adapted f-mount 85mm f/1.8.
Natural lighting, no reflectors or strobes.
Ran them through Lightroom and Portrait Pro 18. No face sculpting, only some image warmth and slight blemish removal and skin tone...
Baptismal Photoshoot with our adopted daughter.
It's been a crazy, exciting Summer and Fall. Her Birthday in Aug, adoption in Sept and baptism this Friday. All amidst Covid concerns and hybrid schooling
A6400. 50mm SEL all-natural light outside and 18-135mm SEL and flash inside.
It came up at a different website, for a different reason. But still, I have a tiny handful of photos that I know exactly where and when they were made and with which cameras and lenses. They are the exceptions as most blur into the nothingness of memory.
But those ones I do? Thank you, god...
I intend to make a series of portraits of my parents generation, aunts and uncles.
So I wanted a portable consistent backdrop.
I really like the Annie Leibovitz using a custom Oliphant backdrop style look.
The backdrops while absolutely stunning are pricey. Maybe one day.
So I use a Wescott...
Every now and again, I’ll just go off the deep end on a portrait and just let myself go crazy with the post processing.
this started out as an iPhone11 portrait mode shot and found its way through Snapseed, Hipstamatic Tintype.
just experimenting and having fun.
I've posted about getting wing umbrellas in the gear acquisition thread. But never shown why I like them or what they do as a light modifier. The wing umbrella has become one of my all time favorite modifiers. Its lightweight and extremely easy to set up, being that it is an umbrella. But it is...
So, this isn’t another typical which focal length is better for portrait work. That discussion has been beaten to death, resurrected, and beaten to death. In the Fuji lineup I’ve been able to shoot great portraits with nearly every lens they make
Recently, in an effort to simplify down my kit...
My oldest has been developing her "eye." Three shots that show how how she evolved this shot. All with my RX100M3 at RI Comic Con. And yes, for the record, the person holding the Death Star plans usually doesn't survive the end of the film. 😁
Did a very quick photo shoot with the little goul before heading out for the night.
A6000 and 20mm
She was having a blast and really getting into the role
(Not sure where the camera was focusing but I still love this one)
First round of shooting using the Monolith as it is now known. Thanks to my friend Andy for pointing out that similarity. I know there were some people on here who had no idea what this thing was, let alone how it would be used.
I love that I can be set up and shooting with this thing in 5-10...