A little update;
For those of you who are going 'wow, great focus, wow, what a lens....' and for those of you who want to see a 'before and after' version of this shot, out of the camera and after processing.....
I wanted to post all of the mind-set and workflow as it helps for you guys and gals to know that it's not just about 'boy, i want that lens' or always getting 100% of it right on-site. It's also about knowing you have the best raw materials and knowing when to call it a night and walk away, safe in the knowledge you have 'enough'.
Thanks for all your comments. Much appreciated. Always spurs me on to more creativity. :-)
I am making a little time to go back over stuff I've shot in the past few months and get it online and in my portfolio. Sometimes it's hard to spend so much time doing this. Once the job is finished, it's on to the next one....
This was from a shoot I did with a couple from Hong Kong, who were in Tokyo for a trip around the time of their wedding. Lovely couple and we had a lot of fun travelling around various spots in town shooting photos.
It's something I get a fair few enquiries for a year, the pre-wedding photographs in Tokyo. Always good fun to get out on the streets and shoot with two willing models, especially when one has a wedding dress tucked up underneath her tracksuit... ready to whip out whenever necessary! :-)
Nikkor 85mm f/1.4 AF-D