Portrait of a Little Lady - Behind the Scenes video

April 29, 2015  •  1 Comment

Hi all! here is a behind the scenes time-lapse of the making of 'Portrait of a Little Lady'. My beautiful little girl turned 4 and this is how we celebrated.
This photo is taken in our junky messed up shed. The portrait itself is taken using a Nikon D810 with a 50mm 1.2 (at f4/125s/ISO500), 1x speed light (at about 1/8 power.. I forget now) with soft box modifier (best one I've used.. from protog.com.au) (you will see where I've got the light in the clip), little bit of natural light and a sheet to bounce some flash (stuffed in amongst some junk at camera left there). The time-lapse was shot using a Nikon D7000 at 1 frame every 5 seconds (on a tripod of course). I had my absolute most FAVOURITE lens on it.. the 18-105. Now that I'm using a full frame I really miss this lens. Its just a cheap kit lens, but so versatile and sharp! This is my first time-lapse, edited in iMovie (thankyou to Ben Eyles for the crash course). Enjoy :)
 




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Angie MacLeod(non-registered)
I love this!!!
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