Meet Birdie. A green cheek Conure. The latest and last edition to the household. Yes, that now makes 20 fur babies. We’ve had her for almost three weeks now and this weekend just gone I decided to let her loose in my studio with the […]
Tag: canon 6d
Sometimes I forget how beautiful 50mm images look and it wasn’t until I saw these Images that I truly rekindled my love with this beautiful lens. I edited these images on the Adobe Lightroom mobile app.
Abandoned Church In Lincolnshire
I find graveyards really peaceful places to be and I love walking around and weirdly feeling close to so many people. It fills me with so many questions about the people beneath the graves, who were they? What did they do?
We went to the church to do a fun little ghost hunt, the church was closed due to a fire and thought that this place would be creepy, but actually, it was quite the opposite. It was so serene, even with the pending storm clouds lurking.
Nicola in the photograph of all three of us together looked so pleased with herself as she thought she had ruined the photograph but she didn’t. Nicola was in charge of the infrared camera and I think she really enjoyed it. We didn’t pick anything up on camera though. Stewart was vlogging the event, not that there was much to vlog about but if he posts it I’ll be sure to post the link here.
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For many years I have found myself lusting over photographers work, but Annie Leibovitz just brings something else. During my final year of college, to help me through my studies I purchased her debut book ‘Portraits 2005-2016’ Which is full of some absolutely amazing works by […]
I have always been a fan of Macro photography. Since the age of 15, I’ve been exploring the many possibilities within the genre. I am much more a contributor of the fine art aspect now and what I mean by that is I much prefer to create something that looks out of the ordinary, almost alien-like when photographed close up.
In this post, I photographed the same thing with both my Canon 6D and iPhone 7 with macro lenses. This allowed me to be able to fairly compare both standards of the images against one another and make a justified judgment on which I think performed better. Converting the images to black and white also helped with making the decision more accurate as it meant that the tone and saturation of the colors wouldn’t sway me to maybe one camera when the macro quality is better on the other.
Macro photography is a popular genre of photography amongst all abilities. Beginners tend to gravitate towards it due to it being easily accessible and flexible enough to do wherever the location.
On the left-hand side, you will see the Canon 6D macro photography and on the right-hand side are the iPhone 7 ones. It would be really interesting to know which ones you think look better in regards to detail of the image. I tend to gravitate a lot more towards the iPhone when I am wanting to create my fine art macro photography as I am able to get in much closer to the subject than what I am with the canon, meaning it requires a lot less time in post-processing because I don’t have to worry about cropping the image.
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First of all, Don’t you think there is something completely unique about the natural portraiture photography that you get during a photoshoot? Portrait photography is one of my favorite genres of photography. The photoshoot that initially brought me these photographs was a lot different to these and […]
According to www.daysoftheyear.com today is best friend day and what better way to celebrate it than taking a trip down memory lane with all of my favorite photographs of my bezza pal. Me and Caitlin (caitylis) have been friends for 2 nearly 3 years now and I […]