Love the dynamicism of #3 and the symmetry of #7 :) Great set
My previous Google Nexus 6P phone did 1080 @ 240, and you could digitally zoom on it. They're worth next to nothing second hand now
The worst cliche in Perth, and you've fucking nailed it and made something I like.
I hate you for that :P
Normally I love your stuff Deftone2k, but I think your subjects are a bit lost in this one.
Very gritty and moody.
I'm a sucker for good leading lines, so #3 is great, and I love the softness of #4
Fantastic, #3 is so soft and calming, I'd love it on my wall.
From an event I shot last night. I love the colour palette, bokeh and contrast of the lace gloves with the wood and rope.
Interesting recent shoot where a couple got naked and coated each other in paint.
I do event photography in dark dark clubs, where flash would be too distracting / blinding. Currently I shoot with ambient light, a typical...
I'd start at the wider end, after all it's far easier to crop than to recreate what you missed by shooting too tight.
RIP lens :(
I have a trusty Nikkor 28-70, the daddy of yours. It's built like a tank, and parts are still available. It might be worth looking at...
person + love of subject matter = excellence!
outstanding shots, a pleasure to look at.
Was hoping for a nice sunset today, but it was just drab and overcast. Oh well, shots still came out ok. Yes, it's my bike.
Any high FPS cam only shoots for a few seconds max. how do you trigger them to start recording? I'm guessing a trigger beam a metre or 2 before...
She poses well.
What was the shutter speed for the 2nd shot for the water to blur like that?
Liked the shallow depth of field and bokeh of this one.
From a recent casual photowalk