steveyancey PRO+

June Ann D'Angelo

June on color film

June on color film
Read less





Superb Composition
JayneBug romanobulgarelli jtwphotos bapsupaul nickgeorgevdwesthuizen sethmina Giddeyupimages +43
Outstanding Creativity
Arcady connielynngates RitvaSillanmaki pikkiewolmarans RamblingParadox _anirudh_iyer_ jimbusher +20
Peer Award
ARUNASPINIGIS Natedoggnms aliceforrallies DEBOLINA_MOITRA Isshin Evgeniylord chiphendershot +18
Top Choice
Anedukas markocavka deniseabela pietnel annemarielatimer Marsstation PINKY123 +10
Absolute Masterpiece
deniseoehl animals aminefassi elliothenryisaac alexandermarkiyanov lwroblewski calebsadler +3
Magnificent Capture
kenderby KellyGregory reburndesign TaylorRenay
Superior Skill
All Star

Top ClassTM

Hats Photo ContestTop 30 class
Hats Photo ContestTop 20 class week 1
Photographer Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 10Top 20 class week 1


7 Comments | Report
AlanJakarta PRO+
AlanJakarta April 14, 2015
Terrific image. Congratulations on being Featured.
Remraf April 14, 2015
Great shot!
tetvet PRO+
tetvet April 14, 2015
iceman2 April 14, 2015
Wonderful shot!Congrats
rebeccaburgdorf April 14, 2015
ChrisKIELY April 14, 2015
sampurnasarkar April 23, 2015
great shot and lovely texture and tones

Behind The Lens

I took this photo in St. Louis. Mo not far from the Arch. There are some beautiful warehouses in the area.
It was late morning on a cold winter day. The air temp was around 19 degree F.
This photo is natural light, June is in the shows of an overhang.
I made this photo with a Graflex Crown Graphic Special with a Schneider-Kreuznach 135mm lens, the camera was mounted on a tripod. The most difficult part of this photo was having June weather the cold while I attempted to get focus and set up exposure.
I like to shoot with older film cameras, nothing replicates the look of film than, well film.
The post is minimal on this shot, after I scared the film I applied the preset color corrections fro the film type in the scanner soft ware. I also erased any dust bunnies.
In my camera bag
I try to minimize what I put in my bag when I go out to shoot. I would rather concentrate on the photos that I am making rather than what lens I should be using. I have a lot to choose from but I only bring one or two lenses with me when I head out to shoot. I usually have what I want to capture in my mind before I head out.
If you want to capture something similar get a 4x5 camera and hit the youtubes to figure out how to use it and how to develop the film. The main advise that I give to any one starting out is get a camera and spin the spinny things and push the pushy things. While you are doing this pay attention to what hey do to the image. This way when you have something in your mind that you want to capture you know exactly what to spin or push to make it happen. Look at others work but create your own by understanding the individual elements of each piece of work that you like. This will help you develop you own style.

See more amazing photos, follow steveyancey