Unionville Portrait with Vea

Unionville was one of the very first locations I went to shoot when I first started photography. I still remember how excited I was with the photos I took then.
Well, my love for photography has grown even bigger since and I would like to believe my skills have grown along with my passion too (thanks to Vea, who has always been a very willing model in my photos!).

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Nikon D800 + AF-S 24-70 f2.8 + SB 700/600

Birds…. Big and Small

During the hours of sunset, you get a beautiful silk smooth light diffused across the lake. I love the smooth texture of the water in the above photo. 😀

These birds were just swimming about and going on with their ‘business’ but luckily for me, they were coincidentally producing these nice ripples on the water surface 😉

There was another bird too, but this time in a place that’s much higher 😉 Soft glow of the evening sky, isn’t it beautiful?

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Nikon D700 + AF-S 70-200 f2.8 VRII

Unionville Portrait!

Portraits using off-camera flash! Today I used mostly 24mm f1.4 lens with my SB 600 as an off camera flash.

Recently, I am looking heavily into flash photography (ever since the studio lighting session with TOL) and this portrait session with Vea definitely helped me try out few things.

All of the shots were taken with bare flash (no diffuser, reflector ect). I am really looking forward to acquiring some basic off camera flash gears like shoot-through umbrella and light-stands 😀

The above two photos were actually taken without any flash but I think as my knowledge of flash photography works, I will be able to ‘cook’ the lights better 😉

Stay tuned for future posts in my adventures into the world of flash photography! 😀

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Nikon D700 + AF-S 24mm f1.4 + SB 600 (using SC-29 TTL cord)