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How To Capture Motion Trails While Freezing Subjects Using Shutter Drag - DIY Photography

I love how Benjamin Von Wong approaches each of his projects with a loads of creativity and enthusiasm. You just know that he's always trying something new and in his latest project - The Red Mistress, he proves it yet again! Some of the more outstanding photographs from this project are a combination of capturing frozen motions with a combination of continuous light and strobes. In the following post Ben shares the motivation and technical steps neede to create this kind of photograph…

Angel After Dark. Top Gothic Fashion Tips To Keep You In Style. As trends change, and you age, be willing to alter your style so that you can always look your best. Consistently using good gothic fashion sense can help Fashion Shoot, Editorial Fashion, Women's Fashion, Editorial Photography, Fashion Photography, Retro Arcade, After Dark, Doll Face, Gothic Fashion

Like Goths to a Flame, ELLE Editorial

ELLE Singapore Editorial, Sept IssuePhotography: Joel LimStyling: Daphne ChenMakeup: Larry YeoHair: Calvin Gan

Depending on how much the hot light spills onto the backdrop you can get more or less orange in your shot. The previous shutter drag image I posted of Shelby (9 images ago) had a blue background because the hot light was aimed away from the white sweep, resulting in it being lit only by the cyan-gelled strobe. #shutterdrag #chroma #studioanywhere Light Painting Photography, Shutter Photography, Conceptual Photography, Photography Tips, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Long Exposure, Double Exposure, Environmental Portraits

Nick Fancher (@nickfancher) • Instagram photos and videos

0 Followers, 0 Following, 0 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Nick Fancher (@nickfancher)

Light Painting Portrait by Erik Christian 05 Light Painting Photography, High Speed Photography, Motion Photography, Dslr Photography Tips, Experimental Photography, Boy Photography Poses, Photography Lighting, Sports Advertising, Portrait Lighting

How to take ghosted portraits using a mix of gelled lights and strobes - DIY Photography

Some people prefer to use continuous light and some prefer strobes, but if you combine the two you get a certain kind of magic. The continuous light gives you the smearing effect you would get from dragging the shutter, while the strobe will freeze the action. Photographer Erik Christian used that fact to create compelling portraits for a […]

How to take ghosted portraits using a mix of gelled lights and strobes - DIY Photography Motion Blur Photography, Shutter Speed Photography, Dslr Photography Tips, Portrait Photography Men, Splash Photography, Light Photography, Creative Photography, Strobing, Ad Of The World

How to take ghosted portraits using a mix of gelled lights and strobes - DIY Photography

Some people prefer to use continuous light and some prefer strobes, but if you combine the two you get a certain kind of magic. The continuous light gives you the smearing effect you would get from dragging the shutter, while the strobe will freeze the action. Photographer Erik Christian used that fact to create compelling portraits for a […]

Commercial Photographer based on the West Coast specializing in Sports Advertising and Dramatic Imagery Sports Advertising, Sports Marketing, Football Art, University Of Oregon, Nyc Photographers, Long Exposure, Karate, The Incredibles, Exposure Photography

University of Oregon: 2013-2014

Various images created for the University of Oregon's Athletic Department for the 2013-2014 season. Images were used for billboards, banners, posters and other promotional materials.

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Dragging The Shutter | Photofocus

The image above was photographed with a Nikon P5100, ISO 800, 1/15th @ f/2.7. I have never been a fan of on-camera flash as the main light-source for a photograph, especially when I’m out using my point-and-shoot. If you have your camera and/or flash set to “auto” then it usually will turn the flash on […]

Creating Creative Portraits By Dragging The Shutter And Adding Movement Creative Photography, Photography Tips, Portrait Photography, Motion Photography, Portrait Art, Digital Photography, Long Exposure, Double Exposure, Creative Photos

Day 331 of 365 - To Meet In Nightly Dreams...

Through the day she waits for him, til doth the moonlight shines. His breath grows slow and deeper, and beckons for her light. Until his lips do part, her descent does not give chase. But as he leaves the day behind, his presence she'll embrace. (My work can also be found on Facebook. (Setup shot.) Lighting/Setup Info - SB600 at 24mm zoom and 1/32 power level, gridded with full ND gel. Positioned camera-right about 4.5-feet high and about 5-feet from [sleeping] subject. This flash was fired…

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How To Capture Motion Trails While Freezing Subjects Using Shutter Drag - DIY Photography

I love how Benjamin Von Wong approaches each of his projects with a loads of creativity and enthusiasm. You just know that he's always trying something new and in his latest project - The Red Mistress, he proves it yet again! Some of the more outstanding photographs from this project are a combination of capturing frozen motions with a combination of continuous light and strobes. In the following post Ben shares the motivation and technical steps neede to create this kind of photograph…