This shot was taken by Julie on Faye's Nikon D300 using 800 ISO, 1/30th at f/4.5. Delegates were encouraged to direct the model during Trevor and Faye's workshop. This provided the opportunity for self expression and varied creativity.
Nikon D300, 1600 ISO, 1/60th at f/5. Julie soon wanted to depart from the clarity and crispness of low ISO digital images and go on a creative style journey.
Nikon D300 at 1600ISO. This time a breath on the lens created subtle diffusion. It was one of the many tricks of the trade shared by Trevor with his delegates. I love the painterly quality of the reflection in the mirror.
Julie used a small sensor fixed lens Canon G10, 1600 ISO, 160th at f/4 with -1 stop of exposure compensation in Aperture Priority. More grain has been added in post production.
The Canon G10 at 1600 ISO really can be a very acomplished performer if you know how to make pictures with it. Like fast 35mm film it takes a bit of getting used to.
Another Canon G10 picture. This time with a hint of the infra red look of Kodak HIE film.
Canon G10, 1600 ISO This moody, low key beauty shot was taken with -2 stops of compensation.
Canon G10, 1600 ISO This is one of my favourite shots in Julie's G10 collection.
Another G10 image. I love the forced framing and the heavy shadow that rises away from the body.
Nikon D300 1600 ISO. Keeping the colour palette simple can make a picture.
Nikon D300, 1250 ISO, f/4.5 at 1/500th.
Please feel free to comment on Julie’s pictures from the Tuscany session.