Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Highs & Lows of Studio….

Jo and I returned to the studio today to experiment with some high key and low key lighting.  A high key image is a bright image full of light and mostly white tones whilst a low key image is a dark … Continue reading

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Studio Practice 1A – The Final Set of 8!

Here are the final 8 images I have selected for my Studio Practice project which was to capture images of my friend Sara who loathes having her photograph taken.  She hated every minute of our sessions together but even she … Continue reading

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Mini Brief 1 – Keyword ‘Room’: The final 5 images!

All of the images below have been seen in previous posts but this is the final selection of the images that I am submitting for the mini-project we were given as part of our ‘Technical Tuesdays’.  The brief was to … Continue reading

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Leeds Walkabout Last Sunday

Just to prove I do actually take my camera outside from time to time, here are some images from last Sunday walking about in Leeds. The stairwell and Bridgewater Place(the tallest building in Leeds) were test shots for a ‘fear … Continue reading

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Beauty Dish…..sadly no beauty and no dish…..just me and my shirt again!

So I replaced the main softbox from the previous 2 posts with a beauty dish – 1 beauty dish high pointing down with a softbox on half the power on the floor pointing up to lighten the shadows caused by … Continue reading

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More Self Portraits – Check Out The Shirt!

Following on from the previous post, here are some more self-portraits using 2 Softboxes, one above the other, and shooting through the gap between the two! Don’t forget to tell me what you think via the comments link.

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Lighting…..2 Softboxes

This morning I tried out a lighting set-up involving 2 softboxes above each other directly in front of the subject.  The main light is up high and pointed downwards at an angle to light the subject and the background with … Continue reading

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