-Elizabeth (Lisa) Leighton
Lumix/Leica 45mm Macro
f/2.8, 1/30 sec, ISO 400
This picture was taken by the way on the walk through the city.. No arranging of the scene, no editing. Canon Ixus 970 with ISO 80, f 10, 1/125 s.
A self-portrait caught at home... Sunset soft light through the door falling on the white board made this cool soft shadows. Taken with Canon Ixus 970 ISO 80, f10, 1/160 s.
This was shot on my Kodak Z915 at f3.7 @ 1/6 sec with an ISO of 200. I used my ceiling fan with all but one light and some lego figures and a Dinobot transformer with a piece of paper as the background and the figures set up on my desk.
I used a canon point and shoot, not sure what it was (i was using my mom's at the time), inside a church, shadow on tile
It was shot with a 7.1 megapixel Olympus FE-210.
I set up my subject (two marbles on a crinkled sheet of paper) in the direct sunlight. My main motive was to get that lovely shadow that a marble can produce. That is; the point of light in the middle of the shadow.
I just came in through the South (if I remember correctly) doors at Grand Central Terminal and found one of the areas closed off to public traffic. No "real" camera in hand - it fell to my LG Dare to capture the light/shadow through the amazing windows. The chandelier was just a bonus!
Camera: LG Dare
Settings: All auto all the time
Shot in the Irvington district of Portland, OR. With a G1 phone.
Girl was walking her dog and stopped to look at the flock of geese behind fence. The sloping hill created a nice long shadow.
Canon 5D MKII @ 160 ISO. f/9.0 - 1/640 sec
Photographed with Nikon D60 at ISO 200 with a 18.0-55.0 mm at f/18. What a wonderful tree that sits right in my front yard. Couldn't ask to live on a better street.
Canon EOS Rebel T1i
18-55mm kit lens
Full auto mode using the on-camera flash.
Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-P93
Exposure: 5 seconds
Taken in a completely dark room, with the subject illuminated only by a hand held torch.
Only adjustments were cropping and increasing contrast. Oh, and removing a piece of sawdust that was on the floor (probably would have been better to sweep the floor first)
This is a shadow of a line of elephants marching across the frame. The idea for this image came from a picture I saw of a line of camels walking through the desert as the sun was setting. I held a flashlight up to a letter opener with the elephants and took the picture from above. I used a Canon Digital Rebel XT, 28-105 lens at 105mm, f/11, 0.6 sec and ISO 400. I enhanced the shadows a bit with curves, exposure, and levels adjustments in Photoshop.
Exposure: 1/20 sec at f 3,2 and ISO 1600 Camera: Canon G11
Two fighter jets lined up deep inside a military rock. No editing is done.
Finally some sunny days in the frozen north! I used my Nikon D40 with the 18-55mm kit lens to capture this shadow. The shutter speed as 1/320s, f/10 and the ISO was 200. Thanks.
Paper cut-out on a string / Led lamp / Eos 500D / Iso 800 / 0.25 sec / Photoshop for Crop and Brightness.
I took this picture during spring break this week in Rome. I used my Canon PowerShot SD8710 IS camera. Everything was on auto, so there was no ISO or exposure technique to getting this shot other than to turn the flash off. The statue was in a hallway in the Vatican City Museum right by a window, and a the sun was beginning to set it cast a shadow across it that created the regal and dramatic look that I was trying to capture in the photo.
Seeing the shadow cast across the male statue and on to the wall made me see the person as they would have been, but also as an ominous homage to the fallen empire and what it used to be. The shadow going across the woman made her look innocent and sad. It was as if they were both coming to life underneath the stone facade.
This was a fun shot to capture. I stood on the edge of a picnic table at the beach
and attempted a balancing yoga pose! ( Tree Pose) Needless to say I got the shot.
I used my Leica D-Lux4.
1/500 sec, f- 4.0, ISO 80
Shot on a Nikon D700 with a Nikkor 105mm 2.8 Micro lens at f/4.0, 1/5000/sec at ISO 1250.
I needed a really fast shutter speed 'cause the ball was rolling across the floor; if the ball is stationary the little floaty miniballs inside just float to the top and it looks boring, and makes a less interesting shadow.
Camera is a Nikon D50. ISO 400; F14 aperture; 1/20 sec exposure.
Houseplant, shot with a Nikon D40 with a Nikon DX AF-SNIKKOR 18-55mm lense.
-Steven (Gann) McGann
My camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1 micro 4/3 camera with standard pancake lens— on iA setting.
Using a 10ft ladder with a 500watt halogen "worklight" to provide the shadow, I secured a pool stick elevated about 6" off the pool table to cast the shadow. Then I positioned my wife's hand under the sticks shadow. Voila.. Using Lightroom 3 Beta2, & Adobe Photoshop CS4 I was able to convert to B&W, reduce noise, touch up, and add the vignette effect.
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
Lightroom3 Beta 2 64 bit
Adobe Photoshop CS4 64 bit
Exposure 0 step
Sundown at Devil's Garden Campground, Arches National Park
Camera: Canon SD1200IS, f2.8, 200 ISO, 0.6 sec
I used my Father-in-Laws truck as a tripod to get the shot and the reflection was accidental.
I drew, and cut out a little monster on card stock and then rigged an LED light to illuminate him. It took a really long time to get the shot I wanted because the prolonged exposer meant a blurry picture, which in this case, adds to the effect a little bit
Canon Rebel XSi
I wanted to do a self-portrait, so for this shot I turned off the lights in my bathroom and stood in front of the tripod, half way through the exposure I flashed an LED flashlight from above my head to give the appearance of coming out from the shadows.
Canon Rebel XT 18-55mm lens
ISO 100, f/11, 15.0s
lens kaimal mark II
best camera app
filter paris (b&w)
the gals walking to the car
Watch our for the Creepy Cookie Thief lurking in the shadows! The Setup: SB800 at -2.7 EV in TTL in commander mode Twards and above cookie jar. SB600 at +1.3EV in TTL pointing directly downward at cookie jar. Camera on tripod pointing down and to the side.
Camera: Nikon D300
Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
Focal Length: 50 mm
ISO Speed: 1000
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: On, Return detected
This was one of my first macro shots. Wasn't trying to do much, just capture the subject so that I could get a feel for the lens and the quality. Afterwards, the more I looked at it on a bigger screen the more I liked it. Not the prettiest gastropod shell ever, but I like the combination of translucency and shadow coming from the same subject.
Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Lens: Canon EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
Exposure time: 1/250 sec
ISO speed: 400
Focal length: 100mm
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W180
Took this picture of the shadow of the Solar Rotary on my college campus right around noon.
This is shot in Denver this afternoon on a Nikon D90 with a Nikkor AFS 18-105 mm VR lens at f/25 and 1/60 sec shutter speed. Thanks!
Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T1i
Focal length: 24
F number: 4
Exposure time: 1/60
Canon 7D with Sigma 18-200mm OS | 18mm, ISO 3200, f/3.5
Cut out shadow monster from card stock, flashlight used as light source, little sister as helpless victim
This was Taking at the Camden Aquarium in NJ, I took this with my D90 and my trusty old 35mm 1.8 lens, i had the F stop @ 3.5 and the shutter speed @ 1/2500 ISO speed: 250 to get the shadows, and give it the Silhouette.
Photo of a drum for a music box. Auto settings with 18-55mm Nikon lens on a D5000 body.
"Something's Lurking in the Woods!"
A pitcher on an overhead projector.
Pentax K200D @ 50 mm
1/20 @ f5.6 ISO 100
Took this down in Santa Cruz.
Shutter Speed: 1/320s
Shot handheld with a Canon Rebel XS.
The photo was taken with an iPhone camera. No apps and no photoshop.
Canon Rebel xs, stock lens.
sun at a low afternoon angle
the model is the artist
Canon SD790, 1/800sec, f/4.5