Mila in Baltimore

I recently attended a large BMW East Coast meet called MPACT in Baltimore, MD. I took the opportunity to have a photo shoot in front of the hotel and at the stadium. All of the shots are taken with multiple exposures or bracketing for a slight HDR editing effect that isn’t too obvious or noticeable, therefor a tripod is a must-have. One thing I dislike is over abuse of HDR. Photographs need contrast and a focal point.

Below you will see a composite from the evening photos. The main shot is the ambient light from the street. Other shots of Mila and the smoke were taken with a Canon Speedlite on a Quantum battery, triggered remotely by an Aputure Trigmaster (more reviews on the device in a future post). The camera is on a tripod while I hand held the flash at different angles pointing at Mila, and my assistant Tiffany would press the camera shutter on my command.

 

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4 Comments Mila in Baltimore

  1. Dominik June 24, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    The one with the smoke looks really dramatic. And your Mila sure is a little hottie.

  2. Tiffany Lee June 24, 2011 at 4:48 pm

    Thanks for the mention 🙂 great photos as usual!

  3. Julio Moreno April 10, 2012 at 10:03 pm

    Awesome dramatic photos! I always wanted to know how people got cars to light up like that in the dark. Im going to apply that to my next car shoot i do! What lens where you using on the first photo with the BMW close up?

  4. Tony Yang April 11, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Thank you! The first photo was shot with a 70-200mm.

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