I only got around to my shot for the day at 9:30 last night, so I decided to use household items to create my pic. Used a fork on wooden table and shot with flash through a green flower vase to create the horror feel. Please check out my FB page for more: HERE
Day 5 was a long walk through Durban city, so day 6 I found some interesting subject matter at home to shoot. These are old medicine bottles I got to store film developer in. I still love shooting film for more personal stuff to keep creativity and inspiration going. View more on my FB Page
I was lucky with this one as there was a contest across the road from my house. No need to think of what to shoot next!
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So day 2 of my project 365….this is going to be a long journey.
Today I already had to change plans thanks to work and decided to shoot in studio quickly rather. Here is the outcome. Let me know what you think..
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So I began my personal Project 365 today…
I needed to get back to shooting daily and step away from the computer a bit now and again.
Day 1 I decided the self portrait would be in order as I embark on the this journey for the next year. Please come check it out on my FB page: HERE
You can get as creative as you like with any subject. Instead of shooting flowers in the garden, try setup something like this in studio. Shot with 2 lights. One from the side a bit forward onto the subject and one with coloured gel on the white background. Dunk the flower in the water as you take the photo to get the bubbles (this will take a few tries to get right). NB: Keep your glass tank clean or you will end up with spots all over the show! Have fun and be prepared to mess a bit of water.
Here is the setup:
Side note: that 3rd light in the background on the right of the image is not in use, it was just standing there 🙂
Maternity shoot using a simple one light setup. Keepin it simple 🙂
I hope all my fellow bloggers have a blessed 2014!
The eyes are the window to the soul
One of the trickiest but probably the most fun photo situation I have been in was upside down between 4 and 5 g’s in a very small cockpit of a Yak52 over Durban. At those g’s the camera feels like it weighs 60 kilo’s and I kept having to take the lens off and put it back on because the pressure was making the camera give lens errors. Luckily I had Martin Schultz behind the controls and I could concentrate on making my camera work and enjoy the views