Horizontal Flower pano

9 05 2010

Horizontal Flower photograph sized as a 12″x36″ panorama image. Background painted black and extended in photoshop

Shot with:

Canon 7D

Sigma 100mm 1:1 macro lens

Stroboframe macro Flash bracket

Canon 580 exll Flash

Canon 430 exll Flash

Exposure-Camear on manual

F32 @ 1/250th of a second

Flash exposure done with canons ETTL wireless CLC flash control using the built in 7D flash as the master and the other two flashes as slaves.

The above image is straight out of the camera.

flower grouping

9 05 2010

Just some flower images that have been sized to 12″x36″ to be used as a wall grouping.

Lightpainting Studio Still life

9 05 2010

Photo and Image Editing by Kurt A. Moore-Moore Images Photographic Services
Westfield New York
This image is an attempt to control the look and feel of a studio shot to a point that you can’t control the highlights, shadows, sharpness and focus when taking an images. This image is a composite of two images of the same subject. One has a -3 stop exposure of the subject shot with a small softbox directly over head. The other image is shot with a small softbox at 90 degrees to the left of camera and a correct exposure is used. Once the images were taken into photoshop they were stacked on separate layers, with the underexposed image on top with heavy diffusion added. Then with an adjustment mask added to the top layer it was painted out to reveal the image below. By control the brush opacity and size you control the amount of the upper layer you leave.

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