1. Rollei shape 1 : no change
2. Rollei shape 2 : no change
3. Rollei form 1 : no change
4. Rollei form 2 : new view from above with a partial side view
|Rollei form 2: f/22, 90mm efl, 2.5 sec, ISO 100|
5. Rollei texture 1: monochrome image of whole camera focusing on the knobbly black metal case
|Rollei texture 1: f/5, 90mm efl, 1/30 sec, ISO 100|
6. Rollei texture 2: partial view of top of camera showing the ridges in the viewfinder and the grain in the leather
|Rollei texture 2: f/3.5, 90mm efl, 1/30 sec, ISO 160|
7. Rollei colour 1: back of camera showing colour in worn leather (natural light)
|Rollei colour 3: f/3.2, 90mm efl, 1/125 sec, ISO100|
8. Rollei colour 2: side view of whole camera colour in undamaged leather (natural light)
|Rollei colour 2: f/2.8, 90mm efl, 1/125 sec, ISO 100|
9. Rollei colour 3: looking inside
|ISO 250, f/2.8, 90mm efl, 1/60 sec.|
Rethinking this assignment was an interesting exercise. It was hard to think of different ways to show such an iconic camera. All pictures were taken with my Panasonic G1, mainly with a 45mm (90) prime lens. The exposure was metered by the camera.
I have a single camera mounted flash, which can be swivelled to bounce light and no other photographic lighting so the still life shots were done with a variety of household lights and then colour corrected in Lightroom3 where required. The monochrome image was edited in Silver Efex pro 2.
These images are different than the previous set, and, I think, improved. There is a wider range of lighting used and more techniques shown.