great shots !!!!
Managed a portrait tonight - just a quick edit but needs more time and work; grateful for any ideas for this and future work.
Graham 3 by Fraser White, on Flickr
Brilliant DR in here, Fraser, but the hand and
the glass do not contribute in any way… IMO!
Dog Portrait time today:
Megan-180 by Fraser White, on Flickr
Megan-184 Print by Fraser White, on Flickr
...........and Roll Back:
Roll back by Fraser White, on Flickr
Reflector on left was swung in for pics.
The first reveals the gentle personality and character
of the breed… and is technically better too, Fraser!
After falling in love with my new (to me) Nikon F3 and film, I dug out the digital camera and had a go at shooting a Product a few days ago (taken using a old manual focus Nikkor 105 f2.5 AiS lens that I absolutely love!):
number47-192 by Fraser White, on Flickr
(P.S. Still think the Digital Nikon D4 is great as well - can't bring myself to sell it and go completely 'old school')
Good gear is cool but it's all in the way you use it
…and I think you did it the right way here!
Try using a 1 or 2" strip of white paper camera left at about 60~70°!
This is turning out to be a great thread with some great images and excellent constructive critique from Kodiak, I've enjoyed following it, more please
A good friend has started a business for Dog Boarding (She looks after other peoples dogs at her home whilst they go on holiday). She asked me if I could photograph the 'well behaved' dogs so she can turn them into 'Thank You' cards this will hopefully get the repeat business from the owners.
Here is One year old Freddie:
Freddie 2 by Fraser White, on Flickr
Thanks. Tel… but it is not seen as such too often!
Love the Labs… cool dude and very successful take, Fraser!
Thank you so much for this; this type of comment is very inspiring & yes Kodiak's patience/feedback have been superb!
Zodiac vs Kodiak
Thanks for the kind words, Fraser.
Apologies - corrected via edit