Shot with my Canon AE-1 with Arista EDU Ultra 400 film. Only used one light with diffusion.
Started experimenting with developing my own black and white film. This is Arista EDU Ultra 400. Scanned the negative with my photo scanner and did some adjustments in photoshop, including removing all the dust that got on the negative. Shot with my new 35mm Canon AE-1 with a 50mm lens.
Last night I finally got some beautiful artistic long exposure shots like I have always wanted. Some friends brought over some light up bouncy balls, and of course I proceeded to go get my camera, ignore my friends, turn all of the lights out in the room, and create some magic.
Pills. Shot these last night in my photography class. The shot on top I only used one light without any diffusion. I wanted it to have harsh shadows and a harsh look to it. The second shot had a pretty standard lighting setup, one from each side, both with diffusion. My instructor wanted two shots, one minimalistic, and one “cluster-fuck” as he called it filling the frame.
Shot this one last weekend. Spring is finally here! It was late afternoon and I looked outside and saw this bush of flowers had such perfect lighting on it, had to go grab my camera.
CRAZY story about this one. I was on my way home from my photography class when all of a sudden this truck passes me on the right and I notice a small light in the back of the truck below a mattress and other various items. Well, obviously it turned out to be a small fire, after the people driving got out and got to safety I realized I had my long zoom lens on me and I took a few shots.
Another marble photo from Monday night. Same setup, same everything, just added some beautiful blues.