A pair of beautiful Konstantino cufflinks, available for purchase here
I’ve just designed a multipurpose jig for our engraving machines in our office.
The new clamps design will streamline the engraving of our cufflinks and reduce the amount of time we spent on switching clamps
The final product came in, they actually worked better than expected, my initial design requires a flip of clamps to fit round or rectangular designs, but the new clamps would fit all of our round cufflinks and over 90% of our rectangular cufflinks, without even flipping it! Thus reduceing significant amount of time wasted on readjusting engraver head position.
I am quite happy with how it turned out.
Photographed this for “new arrival” section of our online shop, amazing detail and craftsmanship. Product available for purchase here.
Instead of bouncing the flash off the ceiling for a very soft, even and wide flash bounce, what you can do also is to utilize the SB-600/SB-800’s manual zoom function to create a “Snoot” effect (along with a wide angle lens), which creates a spotlight that would make your subject stand out. This is great for that moody effect you want to achieve with your subject.
Note in the example above, the flash is mounted off camera on a stand (or you can just handhold the flash,) thus creating a cast shadow at an angle.
Charlie’s character is best defined in black & white. Click thumbnails for larger pix.
I couldn’t resist to not post a photo of such a cute tiny dog, it belongs to a resturant owner, where we ate at.
My uncle is firing up a firework on his balcony.
I went to my dad’s grave to pay respect to him before Chinese New Year.
And here goes a car with only 3 wheels.
Then there is this field that has been devided perfectly in half.
In the morning, I woke up at 7 and took a small walk around the fields, it was a quite foggy day.
I took this shot because I love the simplicity, the repetition and the color rendition that’s seen in this photograph.