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BLUE HAWAII

2014 ... Bring It!

2014 … BRING IT!

New Years Day 01-10-14 Waimanalo Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

2014 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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Monochrome VS Color – Which Do You Prefer?

Monochrome VS Color – Which Do You Prefer?

I have begun work on a project that I’m looking for a bit of advice on. In portraiture for body builders I want to produce a body of work that shows muscle strength and development, while also capturing the essence of his personality in the portraits. One of the questions I have is do I produce the work in Monochrome or Color or both! So I’m asking for feedback on this one image comparison. Feel free to discuss!

Image Capture outdoors under cloudy skies.

Date 8-27-13 Location: Manchester, NH

Camera Nikon D3s

Lens Nikon 70-200 mm f/2.8

Focal Length 200 mm

Exposure 1/320 sec; f4; EV 0; ISO 200

Manual Pattern Metering

Processing LR4; PS6; Color Efex Pro 4; Silver Efex Pro (Monochrome Image Only)

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2013 Performing Images Photography by Pat Corlin

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“No Words”

“No Words”
Forty hours, give or take a few, after departing the mountains of New Hampshire, I was living a childhood dream. With my daughter by my side, I raised my eyes to the sky, my breathing stopped and the words caught in my throat. The clouds had lifted and the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro welcomed us both to Africa.

Moshi, Tanzania, East Africa

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November 01, 2012 NY-NY  # NYC_8193 edit monochrm edit SRGB web“EXTRA” Down Time

While walking off the Harlem, NYC location set for the television show “Pan Am,” I remembered to do a 180 degree turn and take one last look … and there it was … my favorite capture of the day. Extra’s in a film or tv show spend lots of time waiting and waiting some more. I just loved the dynamics of this moment, with the men facing one way and the women the other. Never mind the fact that it all looked so “period” and there was Extra #3 texting on his cell. Hah, loved it!

 

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