Friday, January 21, 2011
After posting my last blog, I started thinking that some of you out there, may want to see the before images, so you could compare the RAW images to the final images and see how much post work was done on them.
Each of these images was shot with:
Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8
f2.8 (except for Robbie with the scarf, that was at f3.5)
All files were shot RAW and then processed with Adobe Bridge and Photoshop CS5
Let me know what you think, what would you have done differently, can you spot all the changes? (especially with the image of the horse)
Click on the images to enlarge them.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
I decided to do a shoot for myself the other week and once I had the idea in my head I had to shoot it as soon as possible. I hate having an idea just waiting to be shot spinning around. It consumes me and it becomes all I think about, so the sooner I can get it out of my head and into my camera, the better. That is why the title of this post is 36 degrees and a horse. The day I set to shoot this was one of the coldest days of the year so far (36 degrees), but I couldn't postpone it, not just because of the cold temperatures. Thankfully, the models, stylist and hair and makeup artist all were wonderful and willing to work with me.
Here are the results of our efforts. I think it was well worth suffering through the cold!