Fujifilm X-T1 and 10-24mm F4 as well as 56mm F1.2 used
Early morning casual photoshoot in a hangar – Doornpoort Airport
“Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like.”
“photography is the art of observation.
It has little to do with the things you see and everything with the way you see them”
Day was windy, and around midday – so needed to make use of either full sun, or the shade created by the old trees in the park!
Fujifilm X-T1 and 56mm F1.2
Vinette’s D&A model page: D&A Models – Vinette Schulze
Images to the right: first image was shot with the sun from behind, from a lower angle – with wind from behind!
Second image was with direct light trickling through the trees to give a more contrasted black and white image!
As always – Natural light! Flooding in from behind, allowing the warm light to fill this large room creating a natural light studio!
Fujifilm X-T1 and the 56mm F1.2
Links of Sacha: BOSS models page: Boss Models – Sacha Cramer
Natural Light as always! Throught a window with Face detection and the Fujifil X-T1 and 56mm F1.2
Shot at F2 and ISO 200 @56mm
Love to hear your comments or questions regarding such lighting. As it isnt always an easy focussing to achieve, as well as dealing with reflective surfaces.
This image to the right was captured shooting at F1.2 shooting with the rising sun directly behind the couple – the warmth, focus and depth of field is what makes the image appealing.
Photoshoot in #CapeTown with Elena Pappas from #IceGeneticsCT
Using the natural light in a smidgen of shade, I was able to achieve some portraits – showing off the toning, colouring and sharpness of images straight out of camera!
These photos were shot at between F1.2 and F2.8 at ISO 200 with the Fujifilm X-T1 paired with the 56mm F1.2