I wanted to try photographing portrait as a panorama. Kind of simulating bigger sensor/film size. I ended up of having a 14338×17922 (256MPix) image. It can be zoomed quite a lot… I did the stitching of the images by hand. I found it quite easy and gave the best results.
Winter is coming. I managed to get the shot from the old railway station before snow (and before they demolish the whole thing). I didn’t have time to get all the gear there so I photographed characters in home studio. Sky/lake and mountains (From Swiss alps photographed during interrail 1999) were also swapped in post
I just wanted to photograph something totally different… I put tennis ball on drill, some acrylic paint and used Godox AD200 to stop the time. AD200 kept up nicely with continuous shooting in minimum power. If I’ll do this again I’ll try: Do not crop too tightly Try better black background further away. Cover drill
Second set of questions came from Noah Callen: 1. What do you believe is the benefit of conveying a message through images rather than words? Words, images and art in general are all powerful ways to express yourself. Images are just most natural way for me. I think the camera and photoshop are the tools
Recently I have got couple on inquiries from art students that if I could answer to some questions. It was interesting to answer these since there was things that I haven’t really thought before and I found this useful for myself too. Here’s the first one from Daniel Reader (Instagram @DRphotoartuk). Within in the
We were playing with the metal detector at the summer cottage and found this really rusty axe head. I thought that this could make a nice battle axe prop. So here’s a little restoration project to make a battle axe. Other items used: cheap mattock (new), old leather jacket and metal button. It’s suprisingly heavy