I have been going through some images from my Barcelona trip in 2012 again. Here are a few of Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art.
I bought a flash about a year ago and have unfortunately only got around to experimenting with it on the odd occasion. Sitting it on top of the camera is easy enough (and can get complicated when you start looking into bouncing, diffusing, gels, etc…), but what really interests me is off-camera flash!
So, there was an open invitation on g+ this morning for submissions of black & white photos. I got an idea into my head of making a minimalist image of my bicycle, using the flash to overpower the midday light in my the apartment. After a little post processing and converting to black & white I arrived at the image below. Am I happy with the result? Yes I am. Can I do even better? Absolutely, and looking forward to it! 🙂
A deli, at night in Dublin: Hey, look at that – the first post with the D7000! I have had it a good while already, but have not got around to posting any here yet. Still have loads of photos from the D60 to sort through…
St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin:The lunch time crowds taking in a little sunshine in the park.
The B+W conversion only just beat out the colour version for today’s choice. This version shows more drama in the trees, where the colour version was overwhelmed with shades of green.
I took the camera along to the LotusEater gig at The Workmans Club in August to try push my photography along a little.
Next time I’ll have the D7000 in hand and expect I’ll be much happier with the results!