Nothing like shooting a good model. Lauren’s hot, too. Hardware: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 100mm f/2, Multiblitz studio flash, tripod. Exposure: ISO400 1/200 @ f/7.1 Post: Not much
A racer’s intensity: Oblivious to the gaggle of press, this racer may have his eyes open, but is really looking inward, thinking about the event to come. Hardware: EOS 1D Mark IIN, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS Exposure: ISO320, 1/400th @ f/2.8, 165mm Post: Crop, increased exposure.
By using a tilt/shift lens I could control depth of field differently to with a conventional lens. Hardware: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, TS-E 24mm f/3.5L, tripod Exposure: ISO400, 1/50s @ f/3.5, +1EV Post: Reduced exposured, added vignette
Using a tilt/shift lens to corrct the vertical lines and making this monochrome has made it look amost haunted. Hardware: Canon EOS 5D MkII, TS 24mm f/3.5, polarising filterExposure: ISO125 1/640s @ f/5.6, -0.33EVPost:
Another shot of the same building, but a bit later in the evening. Hardware: Canon 5D MkII, E 17-35mm f/.2.8L Exposure: ISO800, 1.8s @f/7.1 Post: Reduced exposure a little.
There are a number of surreal things about this image – there’s movement in the tree caused by the long exposure, there’s something unusual about th eproportions of the clocktower. The reasons are six second exposure and a tilt/shift lens. Hardware: Canon 5D MkII, TS 24mm f/3.5, tripod Exposure: ISO100, 6.0s @ f/22 Post: IncreasedContinue reading “Clocktower”
Although this image looks massively different to the RAW file, the changes were surprisingly easy to make. Hardware: Canon 5D MkII, EF 17-35mm f/2.8 Exposure: ISO125, 1/40s @ f/8, 17mm Post: Black point, saturation, Boost