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Weekly Links March 18, 2011

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  • Behind the Scenes at Fashion Week NYC | Chase Jarvis Blog #NYFW #photography #fashion http://ow.ly/4fH6r

    Behind the Scenes at Fashion Week NYC | Chase Jarvis Blog #NYFW #photography #fashion http://ow.ly/4fH6r


    Behind the Scenes at Fashion Week NYC | Chase Jarvis Blog
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    Behind the scenes at fashion week is more interesting to me than fashion week – especially from the photographer’s perspective. Check out this…

  • Shopping for black light props today #UV #photography
    Shopping for black light props today #UV #photography
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    Spring Sugar Skull
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    Model: Tia Guzzo Makeup: Jennifer Ruth Hair Styling: Rhi Yee Fashion stylist: Jihan Amer Set decorator: Guen Gianfranchi Photography: Lloyd K. Barnes Follow me on Twitter

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Weekly Links March 11, 2011

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Credits:
Model: Stephanie Peregrinus
Bodypainting: Meg’s War Paint
Music: ®Evolution by Melange Promenade

Video created using Animoto.

Here’s a video slideshow created with photos shot using a 400 watt UV cannon as the main light source.  In an earlier post about black light photography, one of the readers suggested trying a UV cannon, a special effects light often used by clubs and DJs.  In my other shoots, I used four 40 watt fluorescent tubes. They worked well, but it would be nice to have a more powerful light source to allow me to use a faster shutter speed and lower ISO.

UV Cannon

American DJ UV Cannon

The black light cannon worked well, but was different to work with compared to the fluorescent tubes. The main advantage of the UV cannon was how is easy to set up. You just point it at the model and plug it in. It takes about 10-15 minutes to warm up and gives a good strong light. It can be moved around and repositioned, although it should be turned off and cooled down before moving it to avoid damaging the bulb.

I was surprised that it doesn't give off as much light as I thought.  I expected it to be much more powerful than the 160 watts from the 4 fluorescent tubes. In practice, it was not really more powerful than the four fluorescent tubes, mainly because I can put the tubes very close to the model most of the time, which is not practical with the UV cannon.  Also, the UV cannon is a hard light source that casts a sharp shadow, making the light quality quite different than the fluorescent tubes.  I surround the model with the tubes,  reducing shadows, creating a more even light. I placed a white nylon diffusion panel in front of the UV cannon to help soften the light, which further reduced the power from the light.

Overall, the UV cannon would probably work best placed in front and above the model in a butterfly lighting setup. It also would be best to use when you want dramatic shadows. It's high power would also work great for lighting backgrounds and sets. I'm going to continue to explore different ways to use it.

I am interested in hearing from other photographers who have done UV photography - any suggestions or ideas? What is your favourite UV light set up?

Here's the same video on YouTube for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch:

Credits:
Model: Stephanie Peregrinus
Bodypainting: Meg's War Paint
Music: ®Evolution by Melange Promenade

Video created using Animoto.

Here's a video slideshow created with photos shot using a 400 watt UV cannon as the main light source.  In an earlier post about black light photography, one of the readers suggested trying a UV cannon, a special effects light often used by clubs and DJs.  In my other shoots, I used four 40 watt fluorescent tubes. They worked well, but it would be nice to have a more powerful light source to allow me to use a faster shutter speed and lower ISO.

UV Cannon

American DJ UV Cannon

The black light cannon worked well, but was different to work with compared to the fluorescent tubes. The main advantage of the UV cannon was how is easy to set up. You just point it at the model and plug it in. It takes about 10-15 minutes to warm up and gives a good strong light. It can be moved around and repositioned, although it should be turned off and cooled down before moving it to avoid damaging the bulb.

I was surprised that it doesn't give off as much light as I thought.  I expected it to be much more powerful than the 160 watts from the 4 fluorescent tubes. In practice, it was not really more powerful than the four fluorescent tubes, mainly because I can put the tubes very close to the model most of the time, which is not practical with the UV cannon.  Also, the UV cannon is a hard light source that casts a sharp shadow, making the light quality quite different than the fluorescent tubes.  I surround the model with the tubes,  reducing shadows, creating a more even light. I placed a white nylon diffusion panel in front of the UV cannon to help soften the light, which further reduced the power from the light.

Overall, the UV cannon would probably work best placed in front and above the model in a butterfly lighting setup. It also would be best to use when you want dramatic shadows. It's high power would also work great for lighting backgrounds and sets. I'm going to continue to explore different ways to use it.

I am interested in hearing from other photographers who have done UV photography - any suggestions or ideas? What is your favourite UV light set up?

Here's the same video on YouTube for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch:

This is the first edited image from a shoot that I did with an amazing team last month. It was a fashion shoot based on the Dia de los Muertos theme, symptoms but with a Spring blossom twist. Tia is a beuatiful and talented fashion model and Jenny is an incredible makeup artist who I have worked with on 5 great shoots. Rhi is a great hairstylist who I have also worked with multiple times. Itas great having a stylist on the team - Jihan - who was had lots of outfits and accessories to work with, information pills and made sure everything looked good during the shoot.

Model: Tia Guzzo
Makeup: Jennifer Ruth
Hair: Hair Styling: Rhi Yee
Fashion stylist: Jihan Amer
Set decorator: Guen Gianfranchi
Photography: Lloyd K. Barnes

Credits:
Model: Stephanie Peregrinus
Bodypainting: Meg's War Paint
Music: ®Evolution by Melange Promenade

Video created using Animoto.

Here's a video slideshow created with photos shot using a 400 watt UV cannon as the main light source.  In an earlier post about black light photography, one of the readers suggested trying a UV cannon, a special effects light often used by clubs and DJs.  In my other shoots, I used four 40 watt fluorescent tubes. They worked well, but it would be nice to have a more powerful light source to allow me to use a faster shutter speed and lower ISO.

UV Cannon

American DJ UV Cannon

The black light cannon worked well, but was different to work with compared to the fluorescent tubes. The main advantage of the UV cannon was how is easy to set up. You just point it at the model and plug it in. It takes about 10-15 minutes to warm up and gives a good strong light. It can be moved around and repositioned, although it should be turned off and cooled down before moving it to avoid damaging the bulb.

I was surprised that it doesn't give off as much light as I thought.  I expected it to be much more powerful than the 160 watts from the 4 fluorescent tubes. In practice, it was not really more powerful than the four fluorescent tubes, mainly because I can put the tubes very close to the model most of the time, which is not practical with the UV cannon.  Also, the UV cannon is a hard light source that casts a sharp shadow, making the light quality quite different than the fluorescent tubes.  I surround the model with the tubes,  reducing shadows, creating a more even light. I placed a white nylon diffusion panel in front of the UV cannon to help soften the light, which further reduced the power from the light.

Overall, the UV cannon would probably work best placed in front and above the model in a butterfly lighting setup. It also would be best to use when you want dramatic shadows. It's high power would also work great for lighting backgrounds and sets. I'm going to continue to explore different ways to use it.

I am interested in hearing from other photographers who have done UV photography - any suggestions or ideas? What is your favourite UV light set up?

Here's the same video on YouTube for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch:

This is the first edited image from a shoot that I did with an amazing team last month. It was a fashion shoot based on the Dia de los Muertos theme, symptoms but with a Spring blossom twist. Tia is a beuatiful and talented fashion model and Jenny is an incredible makeup artist who I have worked with on 5 great shoots. Rhi is a great hairstylist who I have also worked with multiple times. Itas great having a stylist on the team - Jihan - who was had lots of outfits and accessories to work with, information pills and made sure everything looked good during the shoot.

Model: Tia Guzzo
Makeup: Jennifer Ruth
Hair: Hair Styling: Rhi Yee
Fashion stylist: Jihan Amer
Set decorator: Guen Gianfranchi
Photography: Lloyd K. Barnes

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Weekly Links March 4, 2011

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Here are some wall posts from document.write(" 2011" href="http://www.facebook.com/lloydkbarnes" target="_blank">Lloyd K. Barnes Photography on Facebook for February 25 to March 4, 2011.

 

 

 

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Weekly Links February 25, 2011

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  • Pin-Up Photography
    Here’s a video from a recent pin-up photography session that I did with Doreen. I love the vintage pin-up posters of the 1940s and 1950s! For inspiration, I browsed through the vast collection of pin-up art on The Pin-up Files and chose some images for posing ideas. I also checke
  • Behind the scenes with Jennifer Ruth - Make-up Artist and Tia Valentina Guzzo
  • Had a great photoshoot today - awesome makeup, hair, styling, set decorating and models! #photography # fashion
    Had a great photoshoot today - awesome makeup, hair, styling, set decorating and models! #photography # fashion
  • Looking forward to working with a great team at tomorrow's shoot!
    Looking forward to working with a great team at tomorrow's shoot!

  • RAPHAEL MAZZUCCO (original Trailer) BEAUTIFUL DEEP [HQ]
    The incredible Jeth Weinrich shows once again why he is one of the greatest directors and producers of our time. This is a *to be released" film about the life and times his great friend--the world renowned photographer/ artist Raphael Mazzucco. It includes great clips of Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Marissa Miller, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit coverage, Victoria's Secret and much more.

  • behind the scenes
    photoshoot up on the roof with photographer Lloyd K. Barnes

  • Zena Holloway photography
    Zena Holloway was born in Bahrain in 1973 and raised in London. At 18 she traveled the globe working as a SCUBA instructor and developed a passion for underwater photography and film.

    Completely self-taught Zena's images are striking, instinctive and driven by a deep understanding of her medium. She delivers the remarkable combining the highly technical aspects of underwater photography with superb creative direction resulting in extraordinary magical imagery. She has taken underwater photography to entirely new depths.

    Zena's renowned underwater photography appears regularly for publications such as How to Spend it, The Observer Magazine, 125, Tatler and Dazed & Confuzed.
    She has won many international awards and her commercial clients include: Nike, Umbro, Polydor, Sony, Epson, Herbal Essences and Jacuzzi.
    Zena Holloway was born in Bahrain in 1973 and raised in London. At 18 she traveled the globe working as a SCUBA instructor and developed a passion for underwater photography and film. Completely self-taught Zena's images are striking, instinctive and driven by a deep understanding of her medium. She delivers the remarkable combining the highly technical aspects of underwater photography with superb creative direction resulting in extraordinary magical imagery. She has taken underwater photography to entirely new depths. Zena's renowned underwater photography appears regularly for publications such as How to Spend it, The Observer Magazine, 125, Tatler and Dazed & Confuzed. She has won many international awards and her commercial clients include: Nike, Umbro, Polydor, Sony, Epson, Herbal Essences and Jacuzzi.

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Weekly Links February 18, 2011

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Weekly Links February 11, 2011

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    Photography Market Research
    I’m using Survey Monkey to do some research on the local photography market. I created a short survey and I’m looking for responses on or before February 18, 2011. As an added incentive, anyone who completes the survey by the deadline is eligible to receive a 20% discount.
    Amazing Faux Space Images by David Hull
    I came across David Hull‘s work on Flickr and was amazed at the realism of his faux space images. They look like they were taken by the NASA with the Hubble Telescope. But David’s images are not from space, nor are they created with Photoshop, but are mostly created in-camera.

    Mind Blowing Wild Nature Photographs http://ow.ly/3SU8o

    Nature photography can get quite wild and exciting, depending on the weather and environment that is being photographed.  Each terrain and climate has its own set of extremes, such as blizzards and avalanches in the colder mountainous regions, and fierce hurricanes in the tropical regions.  Thus, ph

    Ten Ways to Use One Light Source Mini Review « Photofocus http://ow.ly/3RNVF

    You may be unfamiliar with Matthew Jordan Smith. He’s one of those photographers who I think should have a much larger profile than he currently has. He’s simply one of the best photographers I’ve ever met. His work is full of passion that I usually don’t see in the average portfolio.

    Free Calendar for February 2011
    I have been so busy in 2011 that I haven’t got myself a wall calendar yet! So I was just reading a post on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips about using Lightroom to create wall calendars and found an amazing preset for making 2011 calendars. Check it out! I used the preset

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Weekly Links February 4, 2011

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  • Weekly Links January 28, viagra 2011
    Makeup artists: The Langara College photography program is looking for makeup artists who are interested in working with their classes. Let me know if you are interested! Makeup artists: The Langara College photography program is looking for makeup artists who are interested in w

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Weekly Links January 28, 2011

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Weekly Links January 21, 2011

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