Wow, what an interior! This is the gothic St Vitus Cathedral, Prague. Very hard to shoot as no tripods allowed and millions of tourists, even at 10am with a fierce blizzard outside. Was fun processing this, I’m not delighted with it but was interested to try a technique I’ve seen practised elsewhere. A beautiful place anyway.
Decembers apparently been the coldest on record in Western Europe. Wow! Leaving London (where the snow never stays for long) I drove to my parent’s home for christmas and was shocked at how much snow was still lying on the ground. Even though it had stopped snowing several days prior, the countryside of England was still carpeted in the stuff – i’ve never seen anything like it (in all my years…grr). Anyway, here’s another prague shot – proper snow business. Some more to come from Central Europe over the next few days and weeks so keep your eyes peeled…merry xmas.
A freezing cold Friday morning in December, braving a blizzard and FF-FREEZING temperatures during a pre-Christmas trip we took to Prague. My first time in the Czech republic too wonderful. This is the 14th century Charles Bridge, probably the cities most famous landmark. Luckily on this morning, the snows had driven away the normal crowds of tourists and hawkers. Perfect!
The winter’s quest to learn studio photography continues…Model: Pozy. Make Up: Sue Ellen. Strobalism: 35mm nikon, F5.6 at 1/60, ISO 250. Nikon CLS to Nikon SB600 in softbox camera left, full power. Bare SB600 a couple of metres to right of model with blue gel, half power. Minimal post processing. Creative Critique welcomed!
Really digging Lone at the moment, hot hot scene music. Midland is also great, go search and you will find much lushness…
Model: JaoStrobalism: Natural Light camera left, reflector camera right (quite a way away from model).Processalism: NEF RAW file into Lightroom 3, Upped the Contrast, WB sliders to the left, finished with split toning and a black vignette. I don’t like the darkness of his earring but I couldnt figure out a fix for that post-shoot.