Remember the photos I mentioned on Tuesday? Well, they’re up. A couple of notes: Jesse wanted me to take these photos so they could fill their pictures frames. Because of this requirement, some of the photos are cropped to 8×10, which is kind of weird; I ended up leaving a lot of the photos as a 2×3 ratio (native for my camera’s sensor) because I wasn’t thinking ahead and filled up the frame too much to crop effectively. This was my first time shooting in about 6 weeks and I felt a little rusty. I ran out of battery toward the very end1. I want to expand on technique and style of the last two photos shown below, which will be part of my upcoming project that I mentioned earlier.
50.0 mm || 1/800 || f/2.8 || ISO400 || NIKON D70
38.0 mm || 1/80 || f/4.2 || ISO500 || NIKON D70
18.0 mm || 1/50 || f/4.5 || ISO500 || NIKON D70
18.0 mm || 1/100 || f/5.6 || ISO800 || NIKON D70
18.0 mm || 1/160 || f/4.5 || ISO320 || NIKON D70
There are 31 more photos from this set on Flickr: The Girls
I picked up my camera yesterday for about the first time in a month and half. Some friends who are all living together requested a photo shoot, and in exchange for some beer, I was all to happy to oblige. Besides, it gave me a good excuse to pick up the camera again.
We went over the photos last night and I really enjoyed the strobed shots, so much so that I think I’m actually going to start a project. I want to shoot some uniquely Seattle scenes with people in them.
We were at Gasworks park yesterday1; I want to go back there to shoot, but there are some other places that definitely need to be on this list. The sculpture at Kerry Park, the Fremont Troll, the red/orange sculpture at the Seattle Center, The Fin Project at Magnuson Park, just to name a few.
So, if you read this blog and are in the Seattle area, leave a comment below if your interested in being a photo2. It’s really easy work and will take about 30-60 minutes of your time. You can also do it more than once. And you can bring your friends.