Thank you! I think these shots were taken about 4 PM on the east coast of Florida but I was using a Sunswatter PRO by Sunbounce to diffuse the sun, then creating my own light with a Alien Bee B800 on a Vagabond II with a 48" brolly box.
I hate when people have to squint because of the photographers placement. None of them really do anything for me but I am sure the couple is happy. I think overall if you can work on how to control light better, even if you are going for overexposed images (with or without sunflare), you will...
I disagree about a second. I use them only cuz my wife shoots as well...otherwise I would shoot solo. I find I get better stuff when I shoot solo and I am more creative. But I have three cameras...two on me and one in the bag.
Its been a LONGGGGG time since I was last here! I came back to find an hdr shot by NJMAN but it has been removed, hopefully he will put it back up so I can see it again.
Well, business is decent...stayed pretty busy throughout last year and so far this year. I have a new site and a new blog...
Great posing and exposures! So I haven't been on here in at least a year, at least I think but I came back to see your "Field of the Windmill" shot, probably my favorite piece of art all time. Do you still have it, would love to set it as my wallpaper. Thanks!
So, yes I was messing with you guys. Although, the editing wasn't real harsh, it was definitely stronger than I usually use. Yes, I will post the original later today. Thanks for making me laugh everyone!
Wow, sorry for the EXTREMELY late reply. When I first started I shadowed the second just to get an idea of what I was doing. But after a few, I started doing my own thing which is what they want.
Things have been really good. I threw a party for the Free To Succeed Tour and David Jay came to...
Okay, so I have shot something like 20 weddings since February. I have recently booked two more brides as solos and I am really excited about them.
As always, check my blog for latest updates. I am building a new site but it is slowly coming along.
Man, maybe I should have bought the Sigma instead of my Canon 100 2.8 Macro! Crap!!!!
I can't seem to get very sharp images like that with my set-up. Do you use a tripod or a monopod? Is the 430 off camera on a cord?
Either you work for hours in PS or you have the sharpest camera in production. I don't know how you do it, but your pictures are always amazing...wanna fill me in on your secret? :hugs:
Melissa!!!! Hey Girl, long time! I frequent your blog and I love your stuff! I have been shooting like a mad man, just finished my 13th wedding. I also helped Kevin at his last workshop...that was really fun.
Well, I have a lot of new stuff and I will post it up when I get some free time...