Although the orchid is damaged, the tiny spider on the petal makes this image a keeper. Hardware: Canon EOS 20D, EF 24-105mm f/4, Exposure: ISO200, 1/100s @ f/6.3, -1EV, 105mm Post: crop, black point, increased contrast, increased sharpening, noise reduction, added vignette
Shot in auto white balance, using the eyedropper tool in Aperture three to find a grey (Bugs’ fur) has made a big difference to the image. Shot with a high shutter speed to freeze the motion of the dancers’ legs. Hardware: Canon EOS 1D mark IIN, EF 24-105 f/4L Exposure: ISO800, 1/250s @ f/4, 84mmContinue reading “Cartoon Showtime!”
By holding the camera down on a bridge railing I was able to keep this 3.2 second exposure sharp. Hardware: Canon EOS 1D Mark IIN, Ef 24-105mm f/4L Exposure: ISO50, 3.2s @ f/9, -0.67ev, 45mm Post: Crop, definition, saturation.
With his leg jammed between handlebar and track, professional racer Dan Reardon blasts along a rut.Subject movement has caused much of this iamge to be blurred, but the front number plate is sharp. The combination conveys action… Hardware: Canon EOS 1D MkIIN, EF 24-205mm f/4L IS Exposure: ISO400, 1/160s @ f/14, 105mm Post: black pointContinue reading “In a rut…”
Shooting down from the basket into a lake we were travelling over resulted in this slightly surreal image. Hardware: Canon EOS 1 MkIIN, EF 24-105 f/4LExposure: ISO200 1/40s @ f/4.5, 70mmPost: Increased contrast, black point, reduced exposure.