I was asked by another photographer if I wanted to join him on shoot for the local haunted house called “Scream at the Beach.” It seemed like a really cool gig, and I decided to tag along. Ended up having a blast and getting a few really interesting captures.
Zuzzie wanted to add more pictures to her portfolio but this time with a more Victorian theme. Luckily I knew a great house to use for this shoot, and it turned out really well. A few select pictures below:
I have completed my second set of Nocturnes this week. I hope to have them up for prints very shortly. Probably will be ready this weekend.
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Got together with the guys over at PDX Strobist for another shoot and educational meet-up. I have been helping them to get organized, and setup the new website for them as well as just having a great time taking pictures at the meets. Here are a few shots that I think really came out great:
Not really anything stellar shot today, but I went ahead and took a picture of this gorgeous knife. It was a belated birthday gift from friends, who knew that I had lots one just like it. Very happy to have it’s twin. Actually, I am sort of happy how I was able to get the reflection to completely show the bottom of the knife without the screw I was using to prop it up.
Trip to Ikea, I just love their bright building and lights
And a quick one setup for a themed shoot on “Financial Planning”
A few people were wondering just how big the Nikon 600mm F4 is compared to something more “mundane”. Here is a quick shot of what it looks like in comparison to a Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 VR lens.
Two shots of the moon now available for prints.
Here is the eclipse at almost totality
And here it is at full phase afterwards
Decided I would pull out the big guns for the eclipse that is going to happen tonight. If all goes well it will be a clear night and I should be able to get some good shots. For those that need to know, it’s a Nikon 600mm F4 AF-S II lens sitting on a carbon fiber tripod with Kirk Photo Ballhead.