My favorite season…my favorite colors! I couldn’t wait any longer to start editing my seasons with the warmth of fall.
All the following images were shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II and the Olympus 75 f/1.8. My shutter speed and ISO varied due to the constant change between shadows and light beams.
And now a couple before and afters! And yes, I did go a little crazy. But isn’t that the joy of photography? It is our art…we should love the end product!
Yes, that last image is not perfectly in focus. I tried to change aperture fast enough to get both in focus, but of course they moved. Hahaha! This is the only image that wasn’t shot “wide open”.
Sometimes I have a backdrop that I have to resist using because it just becomes a favorite! I have already posted this one recently, but since my little model Pharrell the Lykoi was so adorable that I decided to turn it into a post anyway! 🙂
Settings- Nikon D810 & Sigma 35 1.4 Art Lens. Shutter Speed 1/125, ISO- 100, F/8. The backdrop is sold HERE.
It was a Dire day in the studio…
It was a Dire day in the studio! sn’t he cute? Wait, you thought I had a horrible day? The kitten’s name is Dire!
“You look tasty!”
Those whiskers though….
And then a couple of friends dropped by for some quick photos too!
My camera is a Nikon D800 and my Sigma 35 1.4 Art lens was used. Two flash units were also used. My settings were- ISO-100, Shutter 1/100, F/8. The backdrop is one of my favorites from Lemondrop Stop. The water in the first image was created in Photoshop using a plug-in called “Flood” by Pear.
I have had this idea in my head for some time, but need to gather all the perfect little props and finally set aside some time to make it happen!
So now you can see what Lykoi are made of ;). Cat’s Meow, Toadstools, Jellyfish Stingers, Fairy Dust, and Deadly Nightshade. Be sure to scroll down for the video too! And feel free to share and pin!
“Did you say I was pretty?”
Trick or treat…Smell my…feet?
Behind the scenes stuff…
I used to flash units with soft boxes for this set. I also used my Nikon D800 and Sigma 35 1.4 Art lens. Most of my settings were ISO-100, Shutter 1/100, F/4.5.