I’ve been watching YouTube videos lately. Unmesh Dinda of PIXIMPERFECT and Mark McGee have been instrumental in giving me the knowledge and the technique to create better Black and white images. So check them out on YouTube.
Category Archives: DAScillephotography
A Gorgeous Portrait of Nicole
This was her first time having a photo shoot. She sat there nervously waiting for me to show her the first pose; or was that me who was nervous? As I settled down I talked to her and guided her throughout the session, making it a joyful experience for both myself, my assistant and her.Continue reading “A Gorgeous Portrait of Nicole”
Beautiful weather today so rather than confine myself to my small studio. I been going doing some shoots in my garden and outside the front door. The light from the afternoon sun was harsh, so I used a diffuser to soften the light to create this beautiful image.
Finding the light 2
A behind the scenes look at how I achieved these photos. The beauty has many layers of diffusion because the strobe would be to bright on the model, it’s also feathered away from the model, so that I get that beautiful soft light from the edge of the beauty dish and also not get anyContinue reading “Finding the light 2”
Finding the light
After hours of practicing with one strobe and a v flat. I did this self portrait. I love the beautiful soft light but I know that with more practice, I’ll be able to achieve more detail in the shadows.
Don’t hold back your video!! Part2
Part 1 is on my FB page dascillephotography. Enjoy
Don’t Hold Back on your Gallery Wall
So you have your beautiful prints with digital files. What are you to do? Of course, there’s the obvious, you post them on social media, where you may or may not get the likes you think they should receive. You put all the digital files on your phone, so that you can show all theContinue reading “Don’t Hold Back on your Gallery Wall”
My nine favorite portrait photo’s this year.
I created these portraits in my home studio, on the handpainted backdrop I created. It might look a bit gnarly but it photograph’s beautifully. I’m known for my makeover style of portrait photography but I can shoot you in whatever style you like. Check these out now.
Behind the scene
A behind the scene look at where I create the clients portraits. The gnarly looking backdrop was handpainted and created by me. It took a few goes to get it right but I got the look that I imagined. Let me create your portrait in my home studio. Check this out now.
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