Hey everybody, my name is Rex, I currently live in Saint George, Utah. Most of my photography is one landscape or another, but on occasion I'll dabble in portraiture. Working with kids is still a pretty new realm of photography for me. I can tell you this, I learn so much on every single shoot with kids. I have found that my favorite images...
Hey everyone! I am new to Fstoppers and am hoping to network with all sorts of photographers. One of the most important aspects of photography (to me) is to learn so I always appreciate constructive criticism and feedback on my work.
What are your thoughts on this one?
couple of days ago we had a dusting of snow - my daughter decided to go out and play with the snow. shot on a6000 with 35mm 1.8 lens. can't remember what i did in photoshop - some burning and also an overlay layer. wish i saved the photoshop file.
I love photographing children and capturing big smiles. During Tori's photo-session I did just that but then we decided to take a short break. I was about to put my camera down when I noticed her expression. Within a few seconds I captured the most compelling portraits of the entire photo-session.
I needed child photos for my portfolio and aske my sister if her kid liked to pose for me someday. A week later we went to local lake and took this
Portrait with 6 Different Lenses!
100-400mm F/5.6, 70-200mm F/2.8 USM II, Macro 100mm F/2.8, 85mm F/1.2, 35mm F/1.4, 16-35mm F/2.8
Hss Flash & Ambient Light Photography
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/1.2, 1/4000s, iso 100, Hss Flash with Octabox.
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/1.2, 1/3200s, iso 100, Hss Strobe with Octabox
It seems like someone scolded this little fella. I took the shot with a Canon A1 and an Ilford FP4 film
This was my third formal portrait shoot with now 8 month old Gavin. This shot was taken during a game of me playing peek-a-boo from behind the camera to get Gavin to smile. It worked perfectly but when i went back behind the camera he would give this great look. The sunlight filtering through the trees continuously changed with the wind. The...