Cucumber splash commercial photography


From an early age I think most parents have told their children not to play with their food… I’m glad I’m old enough to break the rules..

Setting the home studio up I had a ‘play’ day where I was testing the limits of my flash duration on my studio lights for future projects.  Throwing objects into a tank of water was a great way of testing the flashes to see if i could freeze the motion of both the falling object and the splashes that they created.  It was lots of fun but not without its’ problems.

If anybody wants to know how to shoot these type of images please drop me a line.

Heres one of my favourites.

…i now just need to find out where I put the goldfish…

Canon 5D Mk3 with Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II. 1/160s @ f10 at ISO640.

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087/365 Oak tree and acorn


Todays image is a bit different from my usual photography.  This is a concept I’ve had in my head for some while now and have finally just finished it.  This image is manipulated from 6 other images and blended together in photoshop.  I have taken all of the images needed at my studio.  I wanted to show the symbolic meaning of how an acorn can grow into a mighty oak. 

Canon 1D MkIV with Canon 17-40mm f/4 L lens (for tree) and Sigma 150mm f/2.8 macro lens (for acorn). 

This image can be viewed larger by clicking on the image or can be viewed at istock here:

First Newsletter!


Hi all

Just to let everyone know I have produced my first company newsletter.  Woohoo! It outlines what I have been photographing in the past few weeks and also what I am up to at present and what I’m planning for the coming weeks.  If anybody wants to be placed on the mailing list or know any friends or colleagues who would like to receive the newsletter then please contact me or send them my details.

Thanks

Ian

Facemediagroup business cards


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