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Quick "straight-outta-camera" shot from a past still life assignment. Mmm. Hammer.
Rob, on a Hasselblad 500 series, with digital back and standard 80 lens.
Home, Olympus EPL1, with 25/1.4 toy lens.
(image by Jenny McCabe)
Images from week four. Some work in the studio, but otherwise the general knick-knacks.
(geek details: this is indeed pano with a ring flash. I can dig.)
(the standard inventory of the average studio trash can. A cup from the local burrito joint, empty box of 240 crayons, and some woodland bits.)
Week three at RIT and the fall colors are coming in. Some large format studio, some sun, some sky.
Right now I'm working on on a couple of images and a new post for that includes looking for images in the archive and I tripped over a few out takes from a setup done in High School! Typically we didn't do anything more complicated than group pictures in-house but I was confident about being able to do a few high key setups of the school's mascot with the end product either on white or for cut out/compositing. We had tested it on green to be keyed out but the tiny little feather details ended up being a problem to deal with, in the end it worked out pretty well! There's more fun stuff coming this week but just a blast from the past for now!
That part, in Back to the Future. Oh, just click here. (Youtube Link, language NSFW)
Below, out takes from the Photo Arts 3 Environmental Portrait Assignment (not actually environmental portraits though).