Here's the images I took of the Fibre Arts show "Context Texture" at the NBCCD Gallery. Like the last two shows, I did the lighting design. Since it's been a while since Fibre Arts was had a studio show, this was a very exciting display for NBCCD. The work is amazing, but I'll let the images speak for themselves. Really I think you should come see this work in person if your interested, its a sight to behold.
Great work everyone, feel free to link of the images to your Facebook or website!
Now on to the First Year Diploma Class Photos! Same setup as the last class, but this time we did them outside of NBCCD. I have to say, I'm extremely happy with these as well, despite the planning being fairly rushed. Also, I got to do my first person insert into one of the pictures, I won't say which one, but it was near seamless. Let that be a lesson, always take more then shot of the same setup, you never know way someone will close their eyes. My favourite images of the lot are the ones on the second floor balcony of the barracks.
Thanks to all the fashion ladies, you were great models! And thanks to Ellen Woolaver for displaying both the Second and First Year photos on the big screen during the Fashion Show.
Featured in these photos : Zoe Boyd, Julie Goguen, Courtney Lord, Sara Wilkinson, Mallory Benoit, Tovah Goldsmith, Lesley Dunn
First post in the image flood! This was a series of group shots I did for the graduating Fashion diploma students of NBCCD. We were very fortunate to gain access to the Government House here in Fredericton to do the portraits in. Not sure how many of you have visited this place or not, but it is a sight to be seen, one of the greatest locations I have ever shot in. So on to the photos, this was a simple two light setup with shoot through umbrellas, I used the 1600 White Lightning units. In retrospective I wish I had brought another, I really could have used that extra light for a back light source, but live and learn as they say. Regardless of the technical moaning, I'm extremely happy with the outcome. I did a fair bit of post processing on skin, but very little on the surrounding area. This was a technique I developed while doing portraits and then perfected while doing the first cosplay photos for Bronwen Robbins. It's fairly simple but time consuming, I basically combine Lightroom's Skin Softening tool with the Healing Brush and Clone Stamp in Photoshop. To my best estimate, this is basically have it's done by everyone, but other people use mask layers and the such as well. End result? Well feast your eyes!
I'll start with my favourites, the library shots.
Next up is the dining room.
And finally the staircase, probably the hardest thing to light out of the entire shoot, and since it was a spiral, hard to find angles, I think we pulled off some good shots though.
That's all for now, hope you enjoy!
Featured in these photos : Kim Currie, Marie-Lynne Leblanc, Adrienne Guptill, Patricia Galbraith, Alison Ready, Mandy Fraser, Patricia Maillet, Spencer Corbett