The other night I was out and about and had my camera with me. I stopped at this little spot and grabbed a couple of shots. I just love the black and whites conversion in these frames.
My settings in camera were ISO 5000, Aperture 7.1 Shutter 1/3 (bulb)
I snapped off about 5 frames handheld. Post was in PS CS5.
Not sure if you care but this is my blog ;) Ha.
Hey everyone. Hope your New Years has been amazing. I'm pretty excited about the new things in the works around here. I've been working with my designer Chris Figat on a new blog and portfolio site along with a face lift to the biz.. Can't wait to get it out there. I'm sure you've noticed the lack of blogg'n. Sorry about that. I will be working on some blogs for this week. So much to blog and update. I hope you have a rock'n week.
Posted on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 6:59 PM By clint in blah,blah,blah , photography , quicky , the biz..
Hey everyone.. I'm really excited about what the future has in store.. so many things on the horizon it's crazy. What I know about crazy is if your not prepared for it it will take you out of the game.. When Clare and I sat down to look at our workflow we knew there needed to be changes if we wanted to see the things in our hearts become reality.. I know that there have been gaps that needed to be filled, and now they are ;) it's really a great feeling.. (change) Once you embrace were you are at and look at the reality of what it's going to take to make your dreams come true, then nothing will stop you.. I'm crazy excited about what's on the horizon.. it's time to change the game!
Well whats a post with out some pics.. here's some of the up and coming.. with more to come as well ;)
I was sorting through the sesh of Rachel+Tyler and found this "Clint action shot" brought to you by one of my rock'n assistant's Lindsay... Let her know how she did ;)
So today I took a lil break from work and went up on the roof at my studio and took a shot of Houston's skyline... But I thought I would do it a little differently, I took my Nikon 45mm tilt-shift on my Nikon d700 and set it up on a tri-pod connected with pocket wizards to remotely fire the camera ( not needed, but did it to just do it ;). I then set my camera up to fire off 9 shots at different exposures (bracketing). Went back and did some easy work in Photomatrix for my HDR... I'm loving the effect that the tilt-shift gives the moving clouds.. I might just make this into a canvas?? maybe.
Not sure which one I like better??
Now I'm going back to work :)