Hello all 😀 I’m finally back in blogging. After I pass the exam, I took a three days vacation. Every engine needs a break in the end right? Now I’m back and all charged up (not as charged as Saber Lion with the coffee effect though LoL)
Anyway, do you remember my articles about toy photography? A couple of days ago, I bring the Stug III, Drossel, and Yotsuba to experience a professional photography session.
The photographer is Aditya Rakhman, the same guy who take photographs in the toy photography article. As times goes on since our first joint cooperation, he is just getting better and better, skill wise and equipment wise 😀
Here’s the gear in doing this photoshoot: a Canon EOS 500D Camera with battery grip, mounted in an EF 135mm f/2L USM Lens, with a 580EX II speedlite firing. We collaborated in determining what kind of pose should be done by Drossel, and from what angle the shot should be taken. We spent about an hour but the result are very satisfying 😀
The photo session was conducted in his studio, and it’s not a mini studio like what I usually use in my house LoL. Aditya Rakhman and some of his comrades are currently starting a photography company called Aperture Image Factory, doing various range of photography from human, products, and events (hmm, I wonder if I could get some discount when I’m getting married LoL). If it happens that you need their service, feel free to contact them, all I can tell you is that they are a bunch of people that are fun to work with 😀
hmm, aren’t we missing someone?? ow, where is Yotsuba? I remember her lending a hat for drossel, but where on earth is…