i feel like, that men photography is not much appreciated as with women ... or?
I'm super new to photography. Just bought a camera a few months back and I've been greatly enjoying scratching the surface of the mass of knowledge there is out there.
This was my first time going out with the intention of doing "a shoot" and not just snapping photos. I'd love all of the opinions and critiques you great people can offer...
Here is a self portrait from the beach. It was a 4 second exposure using a 10 stop ND filter in the late afternoon. In post I removed a sign behind my back and darkened the scene to fit my mood.
City shooting and decided to use this architectural pillar under a footbridge in our CBD. I decided to use my strobe in the image and not light from the front as it blew out the lights from the structure.
Model Tamika Cooke
Makeup artist Kelly Lynch
Assistant Ray Deakin
When driving through Iceland, I suddenly found this huge green field of moss. The sky was turning colourful and I took this shot with just a rotolight added as the light was a bit flat. I choose a rather long exposure and took many shots. On some the cloak was not blurred. For more photos please check out @dr.ali_alsulaiman on Instagram
I think these turned out really well. Always love feedback. Taken with Sony a7. I believe these all were taken with their 85mm 1.8. These were taken in Northern California during the fires so it made for a very hazy smokey sky.
Totally new to the group, well Fstoppers in general. I just did a shoot over the weekend and was super excited and wanted to share. It was a portrait shoot, out at the Sekrit Theater here in Austin.
Let me know what you guys think.
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/3.2, 1/1000s, iso 100, Hss Strobe at full power 1/1.
Im a new member in fstoppers and Ive been shooting long exposures for multiple years and now I want to take my photography more towards portraits. This is one of my first portraits Ive taken, beside self portraits and I dont quite know where my portrait photography is. Anyway, I wanted to take a portrait of a person, who is in full hunting gear...
I shot this for the Erik Parian band in Nashville. 2 Flashpoint speedlights, bare, the kicker with some blue gel on the first image, 2 gelled kickers and a 2 point star on the 2nd.
these will be used for social media, show adverts, etc.
First image was shot with a Tamron 28-75 at 2.8 at 100th
2nd image was shot with a Canon...
A Dani tribe woman of Papua, Indonesia, breastfeeding her baby in the village communal kitchen. The woman and the children are in their traditional costume.
The interior ambient light was very low, with only some natural light coming in from the small door on the left of the image. A 90 cm softbox was used to balance the natural light...
As the title says, this was my first attempt at lighting, and shooting a model. It was a huge learning experience, lots went wrong and didn't go according to plan, but we all have to start somewhere, right?
Any feedback is appreciated! Don't be afraid of sounding harsh, that's how I learn!
Model: Michelle Dijkmans
Photographer: Bram van Dal
Aperture: F / 2.8
Camera: Canon 5DmkII
Throughout the day it is possible to do a shoot, but it is the challenge to work in a good way with sunlight.
In this photo we worked with...
When driving through Iceland, I suddenly found this huge green field of moss. The sky was turning colourful and I took this shot with just a rotolight added as the light was a bit flat. I chose a rather long exposure and took many shots. On some the cloak was not blurred. For more photos please check out @dr.ali_alsulaiman on Instagram