The bokeh is created by some glasses placed at the end. I could have got more defined bokeh if I had moved the glasses back but liked how this came out much better.
I had seen some cool iPad/iPhone portraits recently and I wanted to do something similar.
One of the main reasons we went to Amboseli National Park was to take shots of elephants against the Mount Kilimanjaro (highest mountain in Africa) background. Unfortunately, for the whole 2 days we were there the mountain was covered by a thick set of clouds except for a 15 mts window during which time this …
Great fun shooting this model. You never know what she is going to do!
It had been some time since I made a mess in the kitchen so thought I will take some splash shots! Strawberries and milk make a great colour combination 430EXII at 1/8 bounced off white board held above; triggered by Cactus V4
Catching up on the reading while she gets the laundry sorted.
I would have liked to have played around with the arrangement – perhaps had the pomegranate seeds scattered a bit more and avoid all the white space – but didn’t have much time to do this shot as I had an errand to run. Maybe come back to it later… Because of the density of …
Seven month old Kiyondre rocking it in a smart tie 😀 Another one from the photo shoot with Suetanya
I read an article in a magazine about John Wright a photographer who has risen very very quickly to become one of the best celebrity photographers in the UK. Check out his website – his work may involve quite a bit of photoshop but his lighting and composition techniques are fantastic and he has some …
This butterfly is very common in Sri Lanka and very similar to the Monarch butterfly, those famous travelers, from America. They usually rest with their wings closed and it took a lot of patience to get this moment when this opened his wings for a split second!