Archives for posts with tag: Motion

January 21, 2019…Day 1960

Walking Away

I asked my model to use her hands to shoe some attitude.

Two lights were used, one was placed on either side of the frame about even with the model.

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information.

Take a look at my new and ever growing website s-katz.pixels.com it is about 30% figure studies the rest are pictorials.

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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January 14, 2019…Day 1953

On the Move

I used a slow shutter speed while I had my model walk across the set. I wanted to create the the feeling of motion.

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

Take a look at my new and ever growing website s-katz.pixels.com it is about 30% figure studies the rest are pictorials.

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.

 

 

January 13, 2019…Day 1952

Walking Away

I wanted to create an image in which my model would transmit some attitude.

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Take a look at my new website s-katz.pixels.com you’ll find mostly pictorial work opposed to nudes.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

Take a look at my new and ever growing website s-katz.pixels.com

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.

 

 

January 7, 2019…Day 1946

Stepping Out of Darkness

I wanted to give the impression that the subject was stepping out of darkness.

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

Take a look at my new and ever growing website s-katz.pixels.com it is about 30% figure studies the rest are pictorials.

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.

 

 

January 5, 2019…Day 1944

Arms Out Stretched

Walking into darkness elegantly.

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

Take a look at my new and ever growing website s-katz.pixels.com it is about 30% figure studies the rest are pictorials.

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.

 

December 25, 2018…Day 933

Hand Held High

I wanted it to seem as though the model was stepping into the light.

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

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.

 

 

December 24, 2018…Day 1932

Dancing into the Shadows

 

I had my model this way to appear as though she was dancing.

Two lights were used, one was placed on either side of the frame about even with the model.

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

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

December 1, 2018…Day 1910

Dancing in the Dark

I was creating an image of joy and excitement. I also wanted to create a feeling of motion when the model was relatively static.

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

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.

 

November 17, 2018…Day 1896

Ephemeral Nude

I wanted to create a ghost like image of my model. I used a slow shutter speed and flashed the strobe twice which gave me the look of a double exposure (almost).

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

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.

 

 

October 25, 2018…Day 1873

Dancing in the Dark

I asked my model to give an elegant pose that implies motion (with out any real motion).

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

The contrast and exposure was adjusted and the image was cropped and rendered to Black & White using Lightroom’s Black & White sliders.

Check out my other blog photographystop.wordpress.com. It is mostly film photography and film development and it goes into some technical information

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.