JamesPark
JamesPark

Symmetry



this is an older image I took at the start of my college work I am not to fond of this one but I thought I would share it to show how I feel I have progressed!...
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this is an older image I took at the start of my college work I am not to fond of this one but I thought I would share it to show how I feel I have progressed!
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2 Comments | Report
waynecook
 
waynecook February 03, 2016
Great perspective and subject! I actually really like it!
JamesPark
JamesPark February 05, 2016
Thanks :)
emz1
 
emz1 February 04, 2016
i love it
JamesPark
JamesPark February 05, 2016
Thankyou

Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photograph in the studio at college as part of my first college project back when I first started.
Time
This photo was taking during a normal college day late afternoon as I was running late for my hand in and had free rain of the studios all day.
Lighting
The lighting on this image was Infact an accident at first as one light didn't fire but it helped me towards the side lighting of this image. I was also exploring symmetry
Equipment
I used a studio light from college, my Nikon D5100, my 50mm nikkor lens or the kit lens I can't remember as it was a while ago. I also used an infinity table to give the background of this image
Inspiration
This photo was inspired by the still life work of people I came across over the internet unfortunately I can not remember where I seen these images
Editing
This image just had spot removing to create a clean image although I missed a few spots
In my camera bag
Normally in my back I have my Nikon D7200 my Nikkor 50mm 1.8D lens with my 70-300 sigma and 6.5mm opteka fisheye also depending on where I go I have a simple speed light just in case.
Feedback
The biggest thing to remember that helps me with still life styled stuff is move around look at your object form every angle under different light and don't be afraid to really experiment with perception after all you are trying to show a new way of looking at something

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