With a make shift studio and some budget continuous lighting you can pull off something pretty decent. These were the first set of shots I took for Giancarlo Arcieri after watching build this violin from the start to finish which in itself was a great experience to watch and getting the document it made it all that much better.
Another shot from the first roll of Kodak 2238 I shot and it seemed way underexposed, so I rescanned it and with lightroom magic, I was able to somewhat save the shot.
Both images consist of four separate shots from my Iphone that I stitched together in Lightroom. I posted the first one a few days ago and the second one I took on Monday morning.
Four separate shots on an IPhone and then stitched together in Lightroom to make a small pano. The sky over New York always looks best in the early hours of the day.
We were having some fun making the violin levitate for the camera.
Shot on Cinestill BwXX after scanning I had to bring into Lightroom for a bit dodging and burning to get what I wanted.
I wanted to take a fancy shot for the Liver Bashers social media that was a bit different from the shots we normally post on our Instagram. So I grab a glass from a set Lorenzo Mitil gave me and stacked up some scotch tape to prop up the glass and with a wee bit of Photoshop magic, some color correction in Lightroom Mobile and Bobs your Uncle.