This one was taken using the Lee Big Stopper - it's a very dark neutral density filter which allows you to use abnormally long shutter speeds. These can help to show movement in clouds, or in this case, blur the water.
Canon EOS 5D Mark III, f/5.6 @ 21 mm, 30s, ISO 50, No Flash
A couple of years ago I did a shoot for the singer-songwriter, Gemma Aguilar.
I liked this shot, but it was never used for promotion material. I've been going through some of my past photos in preparation for my LRPS, fell over this one and decided to upload it for tonight's blog post!
Canon EOS-1D Mark III, f/2.8 @ 50 mm, 1/250, ISO 100, Flash
Apologies for a couple of days without posts - I've been reinstalling my computer.
On Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing my first wedding with Lewis Duncan, owner and founder of Pho2u.
In the future I'm hoping Lewis will let me loose going solo, but for last Saturday's wedding I was shooting alongside as a second photographer. Looking back over the shots we got I think you can cover a wedding much more effectively with two of you.
For this shot I used my current favourite lens, the Canon 50mm f/1.2, wide open. The slender depth of field nicely pops the happy couple form the background and helps to give some sense of depth to the shot.