P O R C E L A I N
Model & MUA: Iliana Rivera
This is my favorite photo from the entire shoot, and it really nails the Dita Von Teese look we were aiming for.
Comments and feedback are always greatly appreciated!
I NEVER WAS...
Model & MUA: Angelina
Angelina is a friend of Iliana's, who tagged along for my most recent photoshoot for Halloween. This one I experimented with different lighting, and used a snoot with a red gel to give the background its glowing effect. The shoot taught me that I definitely need a backdrop - my white walls and tile aren't going to cut it.
As always, comments and feedback on the most recent, or even previous photographs are very much appreciated!
Very nice photo.
Last edited by Sylent; 10-28-2012 at 03:17 PM.
Thank you, kindly.
B l a c k C a u l d r o n
Model & MUA: Iliana Rivera / Assistant: Angelina
This was my Halloween photo that I entered into deviantART's Halloweenie contest, and as it turns out, I won! http://quietchildae.deviantart.com/j...ners-336481873
The fog in the photograph is from a fog machine, and in the middle of the shoot I figured out some ways to manipulate fog a little better. I put the cauldron in the freezer so it would be cold, and the fog would cling to it longer before dissipating. I had the fog machine off-camera, with Angelina activating the fog when I told her. Iliana would hold the cauldron there until it filled up with fog, then pose, and I'd do my thing.
I decided putting it in the freezer wasn't enough, so by the end of the shoot I dumped every bit of ice from my freezer into it, haha.
Funny note: My boyfriend was closed off in our bedroom playing video games during the shoot, and because of how much fog I used for the shoot, it eventually crept into the bedroom underneath the door, causing a brief moment of panic. I was glad it didn't set any smoke alarms off, haha.
As always, comments and feedback are welcome!
Wow, I love that one. It must have been so much work to get the fog to stay!
Also, You know how I said I was going to get a camera last year? Well, I'm finally going to get it. In March I'm starting a photography class so my mom said I could get one for my birthday. Any tips for picking out a good camera for a beginner?
Guide l Contests l Suggestions/Problems l Ask a Comrade
Originally Posted by On the subject of Hitler
That is pretty. I never thought of manipulating the fog with cold either.
How to Science!
a Contra Fates Production
Your story may not have such a happy beginning, but that doesnt make you who you are. It is the rest of your story who you choose to be.
"Illuminate a world that will try to bring you down."
Hellis, my Hellicopter
Kenyi, my personal amusement
Walker, Tabletop Wiseman
Sophi, Sophi <33
Jorick, He who is without mercy
Thank you! It was a lot of fun, but yeah, lots of trial and error.
That's awesome! If you're taking a photography class, I'd recommend a DSLR, otherwise you won't be able to really apply any of the rules of photography. What is the budget you think you'll have?
Conceptual: C o n t r a s t
Model: Jillian / Designer: Narcisco Rodriguez
I upgraded my camera to the 5D Mark III, and had to run out to do a photoshoot. For this I was doing a fashion concept, focused around contrast. My model wore a white and black outfit, while standing in front of very colorful gardens. I also had her pose rigidly, and others more shapely. I also played around with stoic expressions versus more wistful ones. All in all, I think they came out well considering it was an hour long shoot and my assistant bailed. D=
Comments and feedback are always appreciated!
So, I haven't really updated this in a while, so I'm going to attempt to be more regular with this. Due to the attention my nature photography has been getting, I've spent some more time focusing on that, and managed to snap this lucky shot.
The Lion's Den
This is my favorite nature photograph yet, and hopefully you guys enjoys it as well. Feedback and comments, regardless of your photography knowledge, are always appreciated!
You have a very vibrant feel to all your photos. I really feel you capture alot of vivid details. That is something I miss in alot of photography today.