May 3, 2015…Day 643

Compressed Nude

Compressed Nude

I find the compressed form interesting to work with. Every model compresses a little differently and small lighting changes alter the whole feeling of the pose.

One light was used, it was placed to the right  of the frame and even with the model and well above her.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a monochrome via global desaturation.

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May 2, 2015…Day 641

The Eyes

The Eyes

Just look at those eyes.

Only diffused sunlight was used, no flash or reflectors.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted.

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May 1, 2015…Day 641

Nude

Nude

This image is from the same session with the same model as yesterday’s post. However the impact of the two images are so different it would be easy to think they are different models at completely different times.

One light was used, it was placed to the right  of the frame and even with the model and well above her.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a monochrome via a Lightroom preset.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

Seeking gallery representation.

Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

April 30, 2015…Day 640

Standing Nude

Standing Nude

One light was used, it was placed to the right  of the frame and even with the model. The lighting was done this way to emphasize the musculature of the model.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a monochrome via a Lightroom preset.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

April 29, 2015…Day 639

Hurricane Ridge after a heavy Snow

Storm Approaching Hurricane Ridge

This image was taken with Tri-X 400 and developed by DR5 into a positive (as opposed to a negative which would be the usual). The image was scanned into Lightroom where exposure and contrast were adjusted and the image was cropped.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

April 28, 2015…Day 638

52719 B05M 4980 100dpi

This image was taken while the model was transitioning from one pose to another. The image captures the musculature of the model.

One light was used, it was placed to the left of the frame and slightly in front of the model.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a monochrome via Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

April 27, 2015…Day 637

Black & White Portrait

Black & White Portrait

This image was taken with Tri-X 400 and developed by DR5 into a positive (as opposed to a negative which would be the usual). The image was scanned into Lightroom where exposure and contrast were adjusted and the image was cropped.

One light was used, it was placed to the left of the frame. The lighting instills some mystery into the image.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

April 25, 2015…Day 635

Fisher Towers With A Light Snow

Fisher Towers With A Light Snow

This was shot on Ektachrome E100g  slide film. It was scanned into Lightroom where it was rendered to Black & White via the Lightroom Black & White sliders.  The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was cropped slightly.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

April 26, 2015…Day 636

Sitting Nude

Sitting Nude

 

I find contemplative poses such as this to intriguing.

One light was used, it was placed to the right  of the frame and slightly in front of the model.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a monochrome via a Lightroom preset.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

April 24, 2015…Day 634

Nude

Nude

This image was taken using a diffusion technique to reduce sharpness, however clarity (via a Lightroom slider) was increased which sharpened the image counteracting the diffusion slightly, but increasing shadows. To further reduce the figurativeness of this image I added a considerable amount of grain.

One light was used, it was placed to the right  of the frame and in front of the model.

This is a digital image processed in Lightroom. The contrast, clarity and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to a Black & White via the Lightroom Black & White sliders. The image was also cropped considerably.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

Seeking gallery representation.

Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

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