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Macro-licious and more…

© 2013 Kevin Ames

Macro lenses are for making pictures of bugs, watch parts, coins, jewelry and other tiny stuff. Right? Well not necessarily. Recently one of my model buddies wanted some beauty photographs that mimic Cover Girl makeup ads. We gathered one Friday morning at my studio and went to work. I set up an evenly lit white background using V-Flats while Hope had her makeup done by Kristen White.



Moving Art Part II

© 2013 Kevin Ames. A timber poking out of the sand is all that’s left from a lost structure. I was making this photo with my Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 HSM when the waves hit it creating a fantail. Lens: 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG HSM | Exposure mode: Manual |Focal length: 51mm | Shutter speed: 1/125 sec | Aperture: f8 | ISO: 100

My last post tells the story of the power of the ocean. This one looks at the same power in […]