EM-5, Fashion, Portrait

Diamonds

Diamonds
EM-5, 75mm, f1.8, ISO 4000, 1/50s

I love this shot this much and it was taken more or less by accident on new year’s eve. Anja and I were at my parent’s house for dinner and it was farily dark so I had to pump up the ISO on my EM-5 to get a sufficient shutter speed. ISO 4000 it is for this shot and the result is simply stunning. The clarity, detail and sharpness is amazing for this sensitivity and the image the 75mm lens renders is just beautiful.

I love Anja’s pose as well. It’s not very easy to have Anja sitting patiently for a shot and she always like to pull faces 😀 but this one is just outstanding. Thank you honey for letting me take this shot.

– Hendrik

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Red Eye

Red Eye by Hendrik Johnsson Photography
Red Eye, a photo by Hendrik Johnsson Photography on Flickr.

I took this picture last Thursday when we had a beautiful sunset here in the Duesseldorf countryside. I waited more than two hours at that lake and shot the different stages of the sunset. One of my last captures was that shot and I loved it once I came home and looked at it on my computer.

I was very lucky, that planes did cross the sky a few moments before that shot resulting in those nice vapor trails which add another layer to the image and make the sky even more interesting.

I hope you’ll like this picture. If you do, feel free to comment or like this entry.

– Hendrik

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EM-5, Portrait

Not Quite Summer

I really like this shot. It was taken with the wonderful, wonderful 75mm M.Zuiko lens. It was really cold and windy in Dusseldorf and I had Anja facing directly into the wind direction so her hair got in that amazing movement. This adds a lot to the picture and is not such a static shot many portraits usually are.

– Hendrik

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Almost Dreaming

This picture is part of  a High-Key photo series I did with Anja earlier this year. It was taken with the EM-5 and the 20mm Pancake lens. For this lighting I used a one flash setup firing from the right creating a nice litte catch light in Anja’s eyes.

– Hendrik

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Wet Stars

Wet Stars by Hendrik Johnsson Photography
Wet Stars, a photo by Hendrik Johnsson Photography on Flickr.

I took this shot last weekend with my macro lens. I went to a park near me and searched for cool things to shot in detail. I came across this spiderweb in which little raindrops got caught. I loved this scene and tried my best to capture it.

This is the picture I cam up with and I like the result. The lighting you can see in the drops comes from my ringflash I attached to my lens. The effect it creates enhances the picture in my opinion even further and makes the drops almost look like eyes.

– Hendrik

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