It has been a seriously long time as my last post. I actually had some disappointments with my A99 and I was bummed to write about them.
But now is an exciting time for me, so I'm back!
This week my "Heroines of Light" project is going up on the walls of an exhibit. Really pumped to see my creations printed out 100x70cm.
Also, I ordered from e-bay two things that might change my photography a lot! The first is the Wescott Ice Light, a kind of a real life light saber :)
I've also ordered the Zeiss 50mm 1.4 lens so that I could produce shaper and higher quality photos. My current Sony 50mm 1.4 lens has gone really soft and also has some other technical issues that I'd rather not even talk about.
Also, tomorrow I'm continuing with my new project, FEMP. We're gonna do some yoga/meditation photography on the beach. I'm also going to try a new technique that I like to call "The Human Panorama", which is kind of simple really. I use a good lens with low depth of field and I shoot multiple photos of a single person which I stitch in Photoshop to create the final. So, let's say I shoot 12 angles, each containing only part of the person.
This way, I get a lot of pixels without the need to buy a very expensive medium or large format cameras. I will post results if they are seriously good :)
It is true that printing for the first time in my life left me seriously pixel hungry, I just hope my PC can withstand it.