Fire pit in Maine.
I recently had opportunity to shoot some quarter midget race cars. I soon bored or the static shots of the cars coming around the same corner and tried my hand at panning. I was rewarded with several good shots and an unusual series of shots of a car flipping. Thy driver was okay, and after the pit crew checking the car, rejoined the race.
Hey I know it's done before but I ever dreamed to create my own Milkdress for my self :)
Today I'm glad to show you my first Milkdress I've ever done.
The whole shooting was more complex than excepted :D The planed Model for the Shoot told me 10 hours before that she won't come because the weather wasn't good enough....Holy......
Here is an image I took using multiple bursts of flash during a 'long' exposure. The model was using a dance move. Metadata: .8 second, ISO 200, f8. three flashes at 1/2 power, no modifier at 4 feet away. Next time, i will use a dark background to prevent the ambient light showing everything behind. I painted out some items in post.
I have begun experimenting with black light on flowers. Supposedly, insects see the luminescence of the UV exposure on certain parts of the flower. The second photograph shows how the flower appears under daylight.
Shot taken with a Nikkor 18-55mm reversed lens.
This shot I did some time ago. The camera setup was a simple long exposure. The trick was that I lightly blew near the flames to make them distort.