These shots are from a recent shoot with India, taken just before she moved back to Poland from Aberdeen. All are daylight, with the exception of Eidolon – which is a single-exposure, move-the-model shot, lit with an incandescent modelling light and a torch. I recently discovered the work of Alexey Titarenko – truly outstanding stuff, so I keep trying to think of ways to add movement to my images.

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4 comments on “India
  1. Tanya says:

    I finally got around to adding links to my photography blog ( and yours is one of them 🙂

  2. mcinnes says:

    hehe sweet – I should have really ticked the receive notification doohdah. I’ve found a really neat way of getting movement when that big ball is in the sky – multiple exposures. man it soooo rocks. – 9 exposures 😀

  3. DaveMc says:

    Oh yea, it’s about time we got out and had a Big Adventure. I have some ND filters and everything for using long shutter speeds while the big fiery ball thing is in the sky.

  4. mcinnes says:

    thats interesting. I’ve been looking on ways to add movement into images too after learning a load of new film based stuff. Have found some neat techniques – may need to have a movement day out 😛

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