Monthly Archives: March 2014

Kodak camera

Kodak camera

Kodak camera

f5.6 – 1/180 – speedlight with mini softbox coming from left side with gold reflector on left side to illuminate box.

abstract texture

1/180 – speedlight with mini-softbox aimed at subject. Freelensing technique to get close-up and high depth of field.

ornate texture

1/180 – 50mm lens detached and backwards to create a photo by ‘freelensing’. Speedlight with mini-softbox coming from top left.

Freelensing - first attempt

Speedlight with mini softbox coming from left side. For this photo I used a 50mm lens flipped backwards and held in place in front of the camera to create a macro-type photo. This is my first attempt at ‘freelensing’ where the lens is held backwards to create a soft/tilt-shift effect.

Shoes

f5.6 – 1/180 – speedlight with mini-softbox coming from left side aimed at white reflector on right side.

Implementing Responsive Design

f5.6 – 1/180 – speedlight with mini-softbox coming from left with white reflector on opposite side (creating reflection in iPad)

Apple

f8 – 1/125 – Speedlight on background and AlienBee (shoot-through umbrella) coming from left with white reflector on right.

My wife

f5.6 – 1/125 – Speedlight with sho0t-through umbrella on left side as key light. AlienBee with reflective umbrella as fill (placed behind the camera)

Strawberrries

f4.5 – 1/180 – speedlight with mini softbox coming from one side aimed across subject at a white reflector.