Focal Length: 29 mm
Aperture: f 5.6
Exposure time: 1/90 sec
Capture date: 2009-Aug-22 18:14
Posted Around 4 years ago
A year or two ago, Jakke quit his job, sold his place and hit the road to find peace and balance.. and also to do a little surfing.
If you're looking for a different kind of holiday in Morocco, Jakke offers cheap trips with his old Mercedes 508 bus. He's the guide, the driver and the cook.
More info here.
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Fantastic Artwork..thanks for sharing!
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Excellent stuff. And perfect use of fill flash. I take it this is the disturbingly brilliant 24-70? I couldn't stretch to it along with the D700, but I'm rather beginning to regret it. Not that I don't love my primes... but...
Woit: Thanks. I used a regular softbox (not that large, don't know the exact size). You can attach any flash to those things I believe. It's nothing special. Post processing: almost nothing. I think I played with the colors a little bit, to give it a warmer look and I made the eyes and the beard a little sharper.. I think that's all.
Thanks for the info. I really like the colors in all your photographs. What RAW processing software do you use? With any particular D700 camera profile? I also have a D700, but I haven't managed to get the colors like I want them. I use lightroom with a D700 camera-profile that I found somewhere on the web, lot better than the standard profile, but still not what I'm looking for. Hope you can give me a little insight in your color processing.
I import the RAW files from LR into PS. No particular profile. I play with the colors manually and I do this differently for each picture, it's all custom work. Nothing special: selective colors, color balance and curves.