Mountain - Tattoowise
Little Kanji Action for Jean Luc's first tattoo.
Angels Landing hike, Zion National Park, peace on earth.
My husband catching his first fish for the day. Mi esposo pescando su primer pescado de el dia =)
Minolta Autocord TLR | Kodak Portra 160vc
One of my favorite subjects, Pistol Pete Loncarevich. Also had him ride less than 6 inches above my face, at least a dozen times, for another shot I may upload eventually. My favorite shoot with him was the one I went bombing down a hill after him on bikes. What a rush!
Pés do guia de Paulo Afonso, "escalaminhando" para chegar ao topo da Serra do Umbuzeiro, o ponto mais alto do município de Paulo Afonso.
To topo da serra, tem-se uma vista panorâmica, de 360 graus, de onde é possível avistar a divisa dos quatro estados que são limitados pelo Rio São Francisco: BA, PE, AL e SE.
modelo:marichu maquilladora:natalia fotografia y estilismo:maria aguirre
roseland resort is autumn colors, a guest on the porch of friendship hall.
A sketch of Vancouver. I was bored in Biology class.... wasn't sleeping... was drawing... this. This drawing was "out of the blue". 2003
Ink on Paper, 2002. The Sea to Die...oops, Sky Highway in British Columbia, Canada. To find out more about the million dollar upgrades that tax payers are paying to keep this highway safe, check out the website posted below. www.th.gov.bc.ca/seatosky/index.htm
Forehead symbols... for your forehead! You get 40 in a pack for just L$125
There are 14 zodiac symbols, a bunch of planet symbols and a heap of misc ones. (Hearts, flowers, peace signs, ankhs and more)
They can and will distort on some shapes, I provided some eyebrows to possibly work around the issue but it may just be down to different shapes!
Three random tattoo ideas
Possibly the crispest headshot I ever took.
Canon 17-40L, on crop camera @29mm f./6.3 which = about 47mm.
Lots more of Ryo to come
Even I'm excited because I know what, ....and it's hot!
I can recommend both Portrait Proffesional 10 (£30 quid!) and this lens.
I find it perfect for the studio, it allows you to keep a nice relationship with the model in proximity, rather than shouting across the studio space with a 100, or 135mm, and around the 30-35 mm mark the sharpest bit of glass around £600 in my humble opinion.
Cons, watch out for the distortion at 17 mm end especially in the corners of the image. Used correctly this can make for some really useful effects when used low and really can exagerate leg length in a desirable way.
Another tip is manually use just one focus spot selector to shoot the closest eye on the model and avoid recomposing as much as possible (instead just say using the centre spot), a bit slower, but seems to work. Around f./8 is perfect too.
No use of this image without my prior consent in any way shape or form, thanks.