These past few weeks, I’ve been trying to get used to photograph things using my two new-ish analogue cameras: The LC-A+ and the Zenit 412LS SLR.
So, I photographed this week’s Idiosyncratic Monday photos using my analogue cameras.
But, since it’s going to take a few days before I finish the rolls and develop the films, I decided to shoot a few frames using digital cameras . . . just so I can share what I did this Monday.
I wasn’t satisfied with the way I lit this bracelet last week. So, I decided to photograph it again with different light modifier (Profoto Magnum Reflector instead of a silver OCF Beauty Dish) and different props (various household items I purchased at Daiso @ $1.50 apiece, and a severed Barbie head from a junk shop).
The resulting image was vibrant and saturated, but I reduced the saturation on Photoshop. Below is the raw image.
I couldn’t resist photographing the objects using Lensbaby Spark. And, whenever I photograph things using this lens, I usually add some fairy lights into the composition.
I used the same lighting gear (Profoto B1 with a Magnum Reflector), but used the off-the-camera-flash’s modeling lamp as a constant light source.
Again, I found the image too vibrant, so I modified . . . this time, using Alienskin Exposure X using a custom setting.
Below are some other stuffs I photographed as a brain exercise . . .
Including this one . . . edited using VSCO Film 03 Professional using “C – Polaroid 669 Cold –” preset