Here's a portrait from a short while ago that I just got around to developing - Shot on my Mamiya RZ67 with the standard 90mm and on HP5+ stand developed in Rodinal because I was feeling a little lazy (& I like the grain) :)
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Did a shoot last week around the Winter Lights on Canary Wharf, will add more when and as I get time to process the images. C&C always welcome. :)
Winter Lights with Helly by Andy Baker, on Flickr
Winter Lights with Helly (Ice white) 01 by Andy Baker, on Flickr
Winter Lights with Helly...
I have a friend who is into his Comic Con stuff and he asked me if I could take a few shots of him in various comic outfits. This was one of them. Shot with a speedlight in a softbox to the right and a speedlight on a stand to the left.
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Actress studio headshot photo...
I was asked to take a family portrait just before Christmas, but two of the little lads just wouldn't cooperate so I had to think of an alternative, and remembered seeing something similar to this, but with a smaller family.
I thought I would give it a try. I am pleased with the result, but the...
With it being the xmas decorations season something I’ve been wanting to try is using fairy lights in a portrait, quite pleased with the result and have a few more ideas to continue with this but only so much cooperation/patience I can get from my moody teenager.
Leah Fairy Lights 04 by Andy...
Being portrait photographer I don't get to be photographed very often. So the only one option is to set the tripod and capture a self portrait - like the one below - with creative twist.
Self portrait with creative lighting by Nikolay Mirchev, on Flickr
And just in case you'd like to find out...
Hi photo friends!
I went out into the woods today, armed with a neglected Nikon, kit lens and a nifty fifty. And a friend :)
My goal was to capture her in a manner where she felt comfortable about her appearance in the photo, she hates it when she's super smiley and gets awkward about it...