Thursday, December 1, 2011

Back in the studio

It's been a long time since I posted on my blog. This was mainly due to finishing a Thesis for my Masters, that and many other things just piling up. Well I passed my Masters in photography with a Merit grade... I was really pleased with this as I have no under-grad qualifications. So all my work was started from a few runs up the ladder. It's over it's done and now like anything the real learning begins.

I've just quickly converted one of the shots from today. It was taken by myself at a demo day for Broncolor lighting. The camera this was shot on was the Hassleblad HD4, with a mighty 50 mega pixel back. I also switched between my Nikon D700 with a 70-200 2.8 ED lens (only 12 mega pixels) I wanted to see the differences and the feel of two ways of shooting. There was a big difference, but like anything you have a 4x4 for snow and sports car for sunny days. (well you do in the world of this kit)

The image below really does no justice to image quality of the file, it's huge and massive beyond reason... I'm sure the model will hate me for it, but you can even see the hairs in her nose. Anyway enough babble the image... (space left for text cover usage etc.)

And yes it was great getting back into a studio... watch this space for more updates!