The size of your lens…

BigLensIt has been a considerable amount of time since I last blogged anything photographic. In truth, I have been somewhat busy with other aspects of my life but I have still been active photographically. I am presently processing the photos from a recent local wedding and loving the little pearls of random beauty that I have managed to capture. It is always a risky thing as you cannot always tell exactly how well the images will turn out. Sure, you can preview photos these days on the camera, but these small LCD screens are hardly adequate to give a true indication, so there is still a risk. My rule of thumb is to take 3 to six times more photos than I think I will actually need, across two cameras, to ensure that I get as much as possible. So far this rule has done me well. Now, here comes the gripe session… Continue reading

Removing Tint

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Removing Tint

Fluro Lights were reflecting excessive green off the walls of the Paint Shop we were in. Making adjustments in Photoshop RAW, through Hue and Saturation in particular, I was able to overcome the green tint, returning more of the natural colours. It is fortunate that the subject was mucking around with the make-up artist. It gave me a much better example to use because of the colouring on his lips.

The Silent City – Movie in the Making.

I have recently been involved in the making of a local film called Silent Night. While I am playing one of the characters in the show, I did get a few chances to take some behind the scene shots. Here they are.

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Industrial Sunset

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It is autum here in WA, Australia. The sunsets are getting particularly red as there is more cloud cover to reflect the red spectrum. I was on set filming for a feature I am in. More on that later.

The mood of the sky was what struck me most with this shot. It seemed to me to be both angry and resigned at the same time. The street lights barely making an impact against the deepening red sky, as the sun slowly slipped below the horizon.