MORNING LIGHT IMAGES
Selected photographs of Jeff Perkins. I'm both a physician and serious photographer.
Accomplishments: Permanent Exhibit at The Albany International Airport entitled "Arrival", located at the Security Entrance. This is a 3 panel 18 foot long panorama of stitched images reflecting our feelings of safe journey after 9-11.
Exhibits at The Soho Gallery in NYC and The Photo Center of Troy, NY
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Sunday, January 26, 2014
Another perfect day for the Small Landscape.
First see the set up above:
Canon EOS M with Live LCD Viewfinder, essential for accurate composition
Fotasy EOS M lens FD and camera adapters
Canon FD 50mm lens
Fotasy Extension tubes 50mm Macro Slide rail for fine focus Tripod
LED light Bank. Additional light from french doors and overhead daylight balanced fluorescent ceiling lamp
ISO set at 100 aperture for the top image 1.8, others estimated 2.8-3.5, Tv 1/40-1/30 sec, AWB
Shot in RAW and edited with Canon Digital Photo Professional
My goal as stated in an earlier post is to focus on a key element of the flower and let the rest go soft with a wife f stop. Composition, design, abstractness are more important to me for this imagery than sharpness and detail from front to back.
Once you have a DSLR, the rest of the set up is quite inexpensive. Old Nikon, Canon 50mm lenses are really cheap on Ebay. Plain extension tubes and Fotasy adapters are about 15-25 dollars!