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Island Hill

When I seen the sunset last night I had to grab the camera and head for somewhere local just to try and capture the beauty of it. Needless to say the actual sunset was directly behind me but I feel this still made for an awesome photo with the colours in the sky.

This is the 1st photo where I feel my photography has progressed (still a...

Jenna

Fashion shoot Downtown Orlando, Florida mid-afternoon as part of a portfolio build.

© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Photographer: @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @Jenna_Elisabeth_
Location: Downtown Orlando, Florida Outdoor, natural light

Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 100mm
ISO: 800, Aperture...

Jenna

Fashion shoot Downtown Orlando, Florida mid-afternoon as part of a portfolio build.

© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Photographer: @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @Jenna_Elisabeth_
Location: Downtown Orlando, Florida Outdoor, natural light

Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 100mm
ISO: 800, Aperture...

Jenna

Fashion shoot Downtown Orlando, Florida mid-afternoon as part of a portfolio build.

© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Photographer: @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @Jenna_Elisabeth_
Location: Downtown Orlando, Florida Outdoor, natural light

Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 100mm
ISO: 800, Aperture...

Jenna

Fashion shoot Downtown Orlando, Florida mid-afternoon as part of a portfolio build.

© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Photographer: @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @Jenna_Elisabeth_
Location: Downtown Orlando, Florida Outdoor, natural light

Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 100mm
ISO: 800, Aperture...

Jenna

Fashion shoot Downtown Orlando, Florida mid-afternoon as part of a portfolio build.

© 2019 Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Photographer: @mcgillivraybirniephotography
Model: Jenna Elisabeth @Jenna_Elisabeth_
Location: Downtown Orlando, Florida Outdoor, natural light

Hasselblad H6d-50c Lens: 100mm
ISO: 800, Aperture...

Converted this shot to B&W

It changes the character quite a lot, but I kind of like it. In color of course it is , well colorful, mainly blues, and some green from the trees in the distance. But by converting to B&W and adding some grain, it becomes more transcendent than scenic.

This was shot using a Fujifilm XT-2; Fujinon 18-55mm zoom.

Harvest Moon

I got this shot on Saturday morning from the hills above Berkeley, where I happened to be staying. The light was amazing in these minutes before the sun came up. I took a series of several photos, some with the sun finally up and illuminating the hills, but I think this blue hour image is the best. At least so far. I haven’t had a chance to...

Recent Stuff

Just sharing, nothing more - Behemoth, Slipknot & KISS, picked up what I refer to as my Toyota Center Toy, a Sigma 150-600 Sport. But haven't had a chance to use it yet, it arrived a couple hours before the show (thanks B&H Sarcasm) but then we were bumped back up to the pit for KISS. Waiting to hear on 3 more shows starting Sunday, so...

StreetPhotography the Begining

Hello , i'm new in the group and new in the world of the street photography.

i'm here to share some of the pictures that i took yesterday in my beautiful city of strasbourg

i would love to have feedback to see how can i improve.

hope you like thoses pictures

Two views of the Tellico River, Tennessee

The Tellico River is paralleled by the Cherohala Skyway and if I stopped every time I saw something interesting, I'd never get home. Sadly, there are some sights that are just amazing, but the road is narrow and doesn't always have a place to turn off to the side, so they will have to wait for another day.

These two shots were made...

Amateur Macro with very basic "gear" Sony QX10

Hello everyone!
Well I'm not a photographer, obviously? , But I really enjoy this as a hobby, and trying to improve..
I love macro/super macro photography, and since I lack any kind of equipment for that, not even a large sensor or interchangeable lens camera! I've decided to try it with some DIY style, and here sharing some results...