(see yesterday’s post)
‘La Femme Fatale’
(In between two photo shoots)
I recently had a photoshoot with a Spanish model with many faces. A few of the ‘off-shoots’ challenged me to work on her using graphics, layers, textures, etc.
I met Mahomed Saleem Khan for the first time during a hike. Mahomed is a vivid (amateur) photographer from Parow (a suburb of Cape Town). Every now and than we come together to exchange ideas and go on a photoshoot of some kind. Last weekend he showed me his new lens; a Tamron 70-200 that goes on his Canon EOS 7D. And I pictured him with my Sony A77 and a modest Sigma 70-300MM. The portrait was made at Stanford Harvest. Mahomed is very happy with this lens. He tested it extensively and compared the results with the more expensive lenses with the same specifications.
Sometime ago I did a photo session with Karuna, a 13 year old girl from our village. At this stage I’m redoing the portraits I made in photoshop. Just a bit of experimenting. All picture-elements shot in our garden and here in Stanford.
Today the first revisited image. Three more to follow this week.