Co-founder of Panl Inc. "You code it, we'll monitor it."
Bruce wages a passionate war against chaos by creating complex software systems and brewing good coffee. He previously fought the good fight against the dark forces of malware for Visible Genetics and Borderware Technologies.
In his spare time Bruce captures critical views of the world through Pentax lenses and studies Python.
I wrote a short review of the Neewer TT560 flash on Amazon. I bought two of these flashes shortly before Christmas and I made good use of them during my most recent studio shoot, primarily for hard rim-light on my subject and prop. Read the full review here...
as I'd intended, but it's the thought that counts, anyway. So here's a
This is one of many great left-over shots from my 2012 studio shoot
that produced the images for my series Postmodern Pinups. I'm going
through my Lr back catalog for stuff I missed and this one popped up.
I had dragged a crate of props along to the shoot, including this book
with a very colourful cover: Basic Television Principles and
Servicing, Fourth Edition, Bernard Grob, (c) 1975. It's from one of my
college courses, and I have no idea why I'm hanging onto it.
I handed it to Dee, the model, and instructed her to pretend to read
it. So she opened it up and immediately began to read aloud to us from
the chapter on Deflection Oscillators. She managed to make the
material sound quite spicy and made it very hard for us to concentrate
on shooting. I think it was the sub-section on Synchronizing the
Multivibrators that did us in.
Model/HS: Dee Steller
MUA/Wardrobe: Chantelle Krupka
Artistic Director/photo/retouch: Bruce Walker
Pentax K20D, DA* 50-135/2.8 @ f/10, 50mm, 1/160th sec, ISO 100
Two Bowens 400 W-S strobes in 3x4 softboxes; Two bare 400 W-S Bowens
strobes on backdrop.
Lr + Ps
Happy Day After International Women's Day!
Outlining (is) the requirement So recently I got it in mind to do some figure work, against a completely black background. But I also decided to create more shape definition by outlining my model with light. I had been studying Maxim-style glamour shots lat...