Posts tagged “Depth of Field

Updated Website – New Sections!

There are some great new changes to my website. A brand new fashion section, and soon to be filling the spaces are Film, in association with One Tribe TV, Published Work and Projects. Check it all out here – www.pierscunliffephotography.co.uk – So watch this space as I regularly update it!

Feedback would be great! Thanks

Screen Shot of new website!

In Association with One Tribe TV

 

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RAKE Boxing Shoot – Outtakes

So a while back I posted about the official RAKE Boxing shoot by photographer Andy Barnham (click here to view post).

Now that it has been published, I thought I would share some of the shots that I liked that got chucked on the editing room floor.

Mackie

Robert

Harry

Noah

Nick

Tom


Yogamaya Von Hippel – Headshot

Headshots I took of Yogi in collaboration with Tim Baker, The Watermill Studio.

Photography | Tim Baker

Assistant | Piers Cunliffe

MUA | Sophie Bee

Model | Yogamaya Von Hippel


Short Depth of Field

Came across this picture in my archives. I was experimenting with my new 70-200mm f.2.8 and was trying to photograph an ant running along a wall. I missed of course, but I like the very very short DOF in this shot.


Danny Santos II – Portraits of Strangers

“Close up head shots of people with beautiful faces spotted along Orchard Road.”

Came across this video and I just wanted to share it. Simple but very effective portraits with great use of short depth of field. The video below is a compilation of Danny’s street photography portraits. You can view his website here.

While his title says Portraits of Strangers, he has, I feel, managed to make the portraits come across as if they are his good friends. There is nothing distant about these portraits. He makes them seem very approachable and this is helped by the use of a wide aperture, such as 1.8.

Enjoy!

(All Photography in this article is © Danny Santos II)