Some shots for the money, some for the fun, some to test the glass or for remembering it the next day – Some you wanna forget and some will remain one of your favorites .
A Babak Photo Shot with mixed light – 50 mm glass wide open & loud with model Amber Van Zitamore
An Outtake from a 2010 Naha Awards collection. This collection is still one of my favorites as it mixes fashion with avant-garde hair. The lighting budget was very tight on this shoot. This was shot after the shoot using a 60w house hold bulb – Hand held 35 mm glass at a safe f2.5 . I did a few portraits in that location afterwards. A babak Photo & Charlie Price Hair.
We stopped our fashion photo shoot today so the model could feed his snake pet. It made for a nice break and a quick photo opportunity .
I used a 135 mm lens with a extender to get this close up shot. The extender is added between the lens and the body , has no glass in it and lets you move closer to the subject while still maintaining the focus. It is some times confused with a teleconverter or a doubler which is used to increase the focal length of a lens usually for far a way subjects . A Babak Photo 2010
Images from the New York City Fashion Week 2010 – Fore more images check out my Face Book page here – NYC Fashion Week Photos BABAK
Photography BABAK – Isaac Mizrahi and Jill Stuart collection