- Aperture: f/2.8
- Focal Length: 95mm
- ISO: 1250
- Shutter: 1/400 sec
- Camera: NIKON D700
UPDATE: Hello to everyone pouring in to my site to have a look at my photo of the beautiful Amrita Acharya. Apparently she has a role in a new HBO drama that you’re all excited about – I haven’t heard of it but whatever it is I’m sure Amrita will do a sterling job, she’s a very competent actress!
Thanks for visiting 🙂
Hi there, remember me? 🙂
I’ve not updated this site for aaages, again. The usual reasons – apathy and laziness and the general feeling of it being a bit of a slog to fire up Photoshop and process some shots. I don’t process film stills for the production companies, they want them clean, so I’ve got out of the habit. Instead, I’ve been doing my usual thing of trawling through forums and blogs and playing games , all not very productive!
So here’s my first shot back. This is Amrita Acharya, an actress on a short film I did stills for recently called Collectables. Amrita plays a corpse that turns up inside a rug near a railway, found by a slightly odd old man who collects things he finds along the tracks. It was a fantastically photogenic shoot all round, from the actors to the location and set dressing, so I’ll post another couple of shots from that day at some point.
I’ve just bought one of Martin Evening’s Photoshop books to see if I can learn more about the power hidden away in Photoshop. I’ve stuck to Scott Kelby so far who is great, but I figured I’d get a different approach. The first thing I’m keen to try is the Image Stack trick that removes pedestrians and other passing objects like traffic from a scene so I’m thinking of a good place to try this and waiting for a sunny day to give it a go.
Cheers for stopping by!