Monthly Archives: October 2010

Experimenting with Home-Studio Lighting

Last night I set up my new lighting and experimented a little.  As I was working both sides of the camera I am positioned a little strangely in some of the shots below….I wasn’t worrying too much about that so … Continue reading

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More Self Portraits: First go with home-studio kit

You would never think that I really hate having my photograph taken given the amount of shots of me on here….all by my own hand too!  But in the absence of any other willing models I shall continue on both … Continue reading

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First Day in the Studio

Today we had our first session shooting in the studio in college.  We had 4 separate lighting set-ups to play with. Up first was a single softbox at 45 degrees to the subject’s left (first 2 rows below). Second up … Continue reading

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Leeds at Night 25/10/2010

I went out this evening and took a few shots around Leeds city centre after the sun went down.  The low light levels meant slow shutter speeds were necessary and to avoid camera shake I used a tripod and a … Continue reading

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Studio Practice 1A – A Set of 8 (maybe!)

A first cut at a set of 8 images for my Studio Practice project.  It isn’t necessarily the final set but was fun trying to select and sequence 8 from the images I had available.  I am placing the 8 shots … Continue reading

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Studio Practice 1A – More from First Shoot

A few more from my session with Sara:

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More Image Perspective using Different Lenses…

So the task was to shoot an object at 150mm, 50mm and 18mm using both maximum and minimum apertures available maintaining the size of the object in the shots each time (which means I have to move each time I … Continue reading

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