Cajsa

Portrait of Cajsa. Click on picture for a larger version. Back to Main Page
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Preparation for an upcoming project.

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Eden

Portrait of Eden. Click on picture for a larger version. Back to Main Page
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For nerds: Nikon D800 with Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II @f/4.5. Remotely controlled SB910 left (PocketWizard) with full CTO-gel simulating evening sunlight:
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Portraits in low light

Kalmar, Sweden: Portrais in low light
Ok, I have a camera that’s a technical marvel, Nikon D800. The camera is capable of producing stunning pictures in hight resolution. But how about high sensitivity – high ISO – in low light? Åsa and I went out yesterday to test it’s limits. Why? I like taking portraits in low light and can the noise (grain) add a quality to the image?
Nikon D800, Af Nikkor 70-200/2.8 VRII, ISO 5000 – 6400
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Renaissance

Kalmar, Sweden: Calmar Renässansgille
Went to Kalmar castle in order to take som pictures. Ran into some members of Calmar Renaissance Guild. Had to take som pictures of them too…
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Different opinons

We have different opinions about the picture, the Model and I. She thinks it’s awful. I like it. Especially the looks in her eyes and the flow of her hair.
We had been shooting pinups för a calendar for hours and the temperature in the garage was well below zero. Tove doesn’t give up easily but now the colour of her skin was shifting from pale to blue. “Did you say one more shot?”
“Yes, one more.”
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