Shot handheld during late evening fall day. Very little light so I crank up ISO and open up aperture to 2.8. The look of those eyes makes up for any technical shortcoming 🙂
If you want to experiment into the macro photography world the best cost efficient option is to use extension tubes. These are exactly what their name says, an extension tube we place between the camera body and the lens. This has the effect of moving the lens further away from the sensor increasing the magnification […]
Over the years I collected a number of different photo editing software and plugins. Each one has its strengths and I use them all depending on how I think it will fit the photo I’m working on. But how much is under my control and how much is due to the combination of SW I […]
What I’ve done this past Summer.
Shot handheld. Converted to black and white using DxO Film Pack in Photoshop.
This photo was taken by Lucia Guynot de Boismenu, my daughter. She “borrowed” my camera and started taking pictures from our living room. When I saw the photo I immediately liked the mood of the afternoon light and the view of the chair on the front deck. It spelled “summer!”. I did the post processing […]
Sometimes a fine photo comes from a moment of inspiration and using what you have around. I took this one on my basement workshop while playing with my camera. I put my best macro lens, a mere close up, and picked up a tool with some character. Placed a black cardboard as background and use […]