An interesting light box and a homage to Yervant inspired this picture
Here is a selection of the pictures shot on Tuesday’s workshop.
A slash of light from a Speedlight created the drama in this simple picture.
Magic low level interior light from two distant windows gave us the opportunity for a few special pictures.
The lighting set up in this picture is the same as the as above, with the camera set on manual exposure for the whole set I used ISO 800 f/3.2 at 1/30th second.
A 30w down lighter provided the background pattern and window light flooded the foreground.
The Canon 70 - 200 f/2.8 lens is truly a wonderful piece of glass. The Bokeh is exquisite.
This is my Mondrian inspired shot.
A dark corner provides the ideal space for a high key shot. The background wall really is dark grey.
Another shot in the dark. That's a good name for a film.
Flare pictures excite me. I love to experiment with the usable limits.
Flash on a stand provided the light. I zoomed the Speedlight to 105mm to create the slash of flash.
The lights in the Lloyds Bank building on Bristol waterfront out of focus at f/2.8 set the mood for this dusk portrait lit with a stand mounted Speedlight.
The last shot of the day.
Please feel free to comment on these pictures, especially if you were with me on the day.