Posts tagged Model Mayhem

Nicole on Flickr.© Eric Adeleye Photography

Nicole on Flickr.

© Eric Adeleye Photography

Nicole on Flickr.© Eric Adeleye Photography

Nicole on Flickr.

© Eric Adeleye Photography

Nicole on Flickr.

Nicole on Flickr.

001/365 - You Can’t Cool This Heat Off! on Flickr.
This is day 1 of my Project 365.  What better way is there to kick off my photographic odyssey than by discussing the photo shoot with Ms. Lista that took place on 10 September 2011.  I often collaborate with my good friend Tommy Penny of Tommy Penny Photography who setup the shoot with Ms. Lista through Model Mayhem.  Ms. Lista was phenomenal, very professional, and showed no fear when it came to trying various poses in and out of the water.  Tommy and I have a very good rapport and we kind of feed off each other creatively at times during shoots which is always good.  When Tommy and I work together, we function like wrestlers at a tag team match.  Tommy and I also help each other out with holding light stands and reflectors too, I don’t have a dedicated assistant.  I’m not the greatest photographer and I always believe that I can learn from anyone regardless of where they are as a photographer or model.  Photography is about capturing that one special moment in time and immortalizing it.  When I look back at this particular shot, I can see the entire sequence in my mind as the wave is rushing to shore and surprises Ms. Lista right as I press the shutter button on my Nikon D200.  During the shoot my SB-700 wasn’t acting right with the Interfit triggers that I have.  To be honest, the Interfit triggers are junk, and very unreliable.  I’m saving up for some Pocket Wizard IIs and an SB-900 at this time.  200 plus photos later and the shoot with Ms. Lista was done.  This photograph was shot in Nikon RAW, processed in in the following order: Adobe Lightroom 3.4 Adobe Photoshop CS5 Silver Efex Pro 2.0 Since I was experiencing problems with my triggers, I had to mount my SB-700 flash on my camera which is the absolute last resort for me most times if I use a flash.  I’m all about the strobist movement, but when your triggers give you a fit, you got to work through the problem and go with Plan B.  Always have a Plan B during a photo shoot.Via Flickr: © 2011 Eric Adeleye Photography.  (Press “L” for a larger view of the photograph) Lista (Model) MM # 1891900 This is day 1 of my Project 365.  What better way is there to kick off my photographic odyssey than by discussing the photo shoot with Ms. Lista that took place on 10 September 2011.  I often collaborate with my good friend Tommy Penny of Tommy Penny Photography who setup the shoot with Ms. Lista through Model Mayhem.  Ms. Lista was phenomenal, very professional, and showed no fear when it came to trying various poses in and out of the water.  Tommy and I have a very good rapport and we kind of feed off each other creatively at times during shoots which is always good.  When Tommy and I work together, we function like wrestlers at a tag team match.  Tommy and I also help each other out with holding light stands and reflectors too, I don’t have a dedicated assistant.  I’m not the greatest photographer and I always believe that I can learn from anyone regardless of where they are as a photographer or model.  Photography is about capturing that one special moment in time and immortalizing it.  When I look back at this particular shot, I can see the entire sequence in my mind as the wave is rushing to shore and surprises Ms. Lista right as I press the shutter button on my Nikon D200.  During the shoot my SB-700 wasn’t acting right with the Interfit triggers that I have.  To be honest, the Interfit triggers are junk, and very unreliable.  I’m saving up for some Pocket Wizard IIs and an SB-900 at this time.  200 plus photos later and the shoot with Ms. Lista was done.  This photograph was shot in Nikon RAW, processed in in the following order: Adobe Lightroom 3.4 Adobe Photoshop CS5 Silver Efex Pro 2.0 Since I was experiencing problems with my triggers, I had to mount my SB-700 flash on my camera which is the absolute last resort for me most times if I use a flash.  I’m all about the strobist movement, but when your triggers give you a fit, you got to work through the problem and go with Plan B.  Always have a Plan B during a photo shoot. Follow me on Google Plus | Twitter | Facebook | 500px

001/365 - You Can’t Cool This Heat Off! on Flickr.

This is day 1 of my Project 365. What better way is there to kick off my photographic odyssey than by discussing the photo shoot with Ms. Lista that took place on 10 September 2011. I often collaborate with my good friend Tommy Penny of Tommy Penny Photography who setup the shoot with Ms. Lista through Model Mayhem. Ms. Lista was phenomenal, very professional, and showed no fear when it came to trying various poses in and out of the water. Tommy and I have a very good rapport and we kind of feed off each other creatively at times during shoots which is always good. When Tommy and I work together, we function like wrestlers at a tag team match. Tommy and I also help each other out with holding light stands and reflectors too, I don’t have a dedicated assistant. I’m not the greatest photographer and I always believe that I can learn from anyone regardless of where they are as a photographer or model. Photography is about capturing that one special moment in time and immortalizing it. When I look back at this particular shot, I can see the entire sequence in my mind as the wave is rushing to shore and surprises Ms. Lista right as I press the shutter button on my Nikon D200. During the shoot my SB-700 wasn’t acting right with the Interfit triggers that I have. To be honest, the Interfit triggers are junk, and very unreliable. I’m saving up for some Pocket Wizard IIs and an SB-900 at this time. 200 plus photos later and the shoot with Ms. Lista was done. This photograph was shot in Nikon RAW, processed in in the following order:

Adobe Lightroom 3.4
Adobe Photoshop CS5
Silver Efex Pro 2.0

Since I was experiencing problems with my triggers, I had to mount my SB-700 flash on my camera which is the absolute last resort for me most times if I use a flash. I’m all about the strobist movement, but when your triggers give you a fit, you got to work through the problem and go with Plan B. Always have a Plan B during a photo shoot.

Via Flickr:
© 2011 Eric Adeleye Photography. (Press “L” for a larger view of the photograph)

Lista (Model) MM # 1891900

This is day 1 of my Project 365. What better way is there to kick off my photographic odyssey than by discussing the photo shoot with Ms. Lista that took place on 10 September 2011. I often collaborate with my good friend Tommy Penny of Tommy Penny Photography who setup the shoot with Ms. Lista through Model Mayhem. Ms. Lista was phenomenal, very professional, and showed no fear when it came to trying various poses in and out of the water. Tommy and I have a very good rapport and we kind of feed off each other creatively at times during shoots which is always good. When Tommy and I work together, we function like wrestlers at a tag team match. Tommy and I also help each other out with holding light stands and reflectors too, I don’t have a dedicated assistant. I’m not the greatest photographer and I always believe that I can learn from anyone regardless of where they are as a photographer or model. Photography is about capturing that one special moment in time and immortalizing it. When I look back at this particular shot, I can see the entire sequence in my mind as the wave is rushing to shore and surprises Ms. Lista right as I press the shutter button on my Nikon D200. During the shoot my SB-700 wasn’t acting right with the Interfit triggers that I have. To be honest, the Interfit triggers are junk, and very unreliable. I’m saving up for some Pocket Wizard IIs and an SB-900 at this time. 200 plus photos later and the shoot with Ms. Lista was done. This photograph was shot in Nikon RAW, processed in in the following order:

Adobe Lightroom 3.4
Adobe Photoshop CS5
Silver Efex Pro 2.0

Since I was experiencing problems with my triggers, I had to mount my SB-700 flash on my camera which is the absolute last resort for me most times if I use a flash. I’m all about the strobist movement, but when your triggers give you a fit, you got to work through the problem and go with Plan B. Always have a Plan B during a photo shoot.

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