I found you through your pictures posted on NYonAir, amazing by the way. How does one end up photographing for Nyonair?
The project is an arrangement between the photographers and the company- we provide them with images in exchange for the ride. Thanks for the positive feedback, always nice to hear.
I noticed in a previous post that you use Nikon, what lens do you use for street photography? On another note, do you do prints? Ship to Australia? Cheers Grant.
I use my 35mm F1.4 for street photography almost exclusively. It’s bright, sharp, and focuses very well. Since a lot of my work is candid street, it helps to have the semi- wide focal length so I can get close but still have a wide field of view. I would ship prints- email me for specifics.
What up dude, what settings do you usually use for shooting in the city at night? Your shutter, ISO , f/stop, etc. Your shots always looks so clean. Mine do not. Lol
I shoot with the Nikon d800 so I get away with pretty high ISO- up to 3200. That being said, the images I think you are referring to are shot at around 1/60th, ISO 1600 or so, f2.8. Brace your camera against something- that will help too.
Hey man, you are very good at what you do. Keep on doing it.
Really appreciate that. Funny how much it means me to hear personal encouragement like that. Thanks for taking the time to write, I’ll do my best to continue.
How do you manage to get such clear stills from a moving helicopter?
I shoot at 1/8000 of a second- so in that fraction, there is very little movement. It’s actually enough to completely freeze the rear rotor, as you can see in a few of the shots. The top rotors still have some blur.