New model gallery added for my friend Amy. Our first shoot was very creative and enormous fun. Much of what we do is collaborative, so more interesting work to come from that partnership.
Her gallery is here: Amy
Welcome to McAleavy.org (or LightPainting.org if you came in that way), my photographic home on the web and sporadically updated blog. I have a keen interest in low-light work and light painting in particular, but I also dabble in large format photography, infrared and Polaroid transfer work.
After far too long a break, I got Sharon back in front of the lens for some light painting and infrared shots, which is alway great fun and was very productive. After posting Portal and Emblem on Facebook I got a bit of a spike in traffic on her page here, so they’ve been popular images. More to come from her in the near future I hope.
Recently this website hit half a million page views. Not a lot by most standards, but it set me to thinking about where those views are coming from. Surprisingly, the answer is basically everywhere. 190 countries. All of the blue bits on this map. I’ve even had visits from Antarctica.
There are some blanks in West to Central Africa and Central Asia, and nothing from North Korea or Svalbard, but views from everywhere else. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.
Watching now to see when those blank spots fill in. Hello World! Hope to see you again soon.
Continuing the corset theme, Shari’s 2nd trip into the studio produced this infrared shot, as well as a lightpainted image with the big mirror. There may also be a Polaroid to come, but I’m still weighing that up agains a digital image of the same pose. Still not sure which is the better, but there can be only one.
One from a shoot at the weekend with my friend J in her new corset. Shot on some very expired Polaroid 125i pack film with my Shen Hao 5×4 field camera. Originally conceived as a light painted image, it became a Polaroid when I discovered I hadn’t brought any memory cards to the studio. A rather fortunate accident.