认识精嘉专业摄影师Caroline Jensen
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认识精嘉专业摄影师Caroline Jensen

认识精嘉专业摄影师Caroline Jensen

我们很高兴地宣布一个具有天赋的自然光摄影师Caroline Jensen新加入精嘉专业摄影师团队

精嘉专业摄影师 Caroline Jensen, 是Sony的意象工匠,自称“一个摄影艺术家生活在草原上。”她最喜欢的事情是在舒适的夜晚,在她的天然木壁炉前面休息,品一壶在世界各地蒐集的好茶,并读alouds给她的孩子们。摄影是她表达的出口,设计具有感情黑白照片,独特的微距拍摄和多彩的风景。配备了 Alta Pro 254CT 碳纤维三脚架,一个BBH-100 球型云台, 和一个 Sedona 51 相机背包, Caroline Jensen还擅长使用Sony A7S,加上复古镜头,而她最喜欢的镜头是宝贝镜头,表达她对摄影声音完美的偏好。她已经被刊登在杂志:梦想家杂志,Sony 阿尔法宇宙杂志和获得无数次的杂志点阅率,其中还包括对Adobe软体自由的创作。她的作品被刊登在一个长期运行位于亚利桑那州斯科茨代尔的画廊展,以及对宝贝50镜头的包装。她教导讲习班 Clickinmoms 她鼓励创造性,透过传统和移动的拍摄。了解更多关于Caroline Jensen,用她自己的话...


 

I am very excited to become a part of the Vanguard family! My work is often challenging and requires precision focusing. I love to shoot in very low light and at very shallow apertures, both of which require a steady hand. My favorite lenses are all manual focus and a great tripod is an absolute necessity when you are not only fighting shallow apertures, but also when fighting sub zero weather or driving rain.

The image below was taken in a room I had just painted. The bright sun was streaming in and I chose to expose for the highlights and send the shadows into darkness. Most of my work requires manual focus and this image was created with a Lensbaby lens that distorts areas of the image. Focus can be a challenge when shooting into bright sun or deep darkness and my camera must be secure so that fine adjustments can be made quickly and easily.

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Low light photography is a passion of mine as well as exploring the rural areas around my home. These grain bins were sending waves of steam out as they dried the grain. The moon was in such a perfect position I just had to stop the car to take the shot. I always have to be ready at a moment’s notice and having gear that is ready and waiting for me is critical for making images I love.

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This image was created in a split second with a manual focus, Lensbaby lens (the Sweet 50). My daughter was helping me test this lens and our formal session had ended when she ran to her tree house to play. She looked up at the sky and struck this dramatic pose without any prompting from me. I was glad that my gear was all set up and ready to go or I would have missed this shot. Portability is a key factor in all of my work!

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Capturing connections between those I love is something that is very important to me. I love to wait for the decisive moment when spontaneous connection meets great composition. My dog and my little girl were exhausted after a long walk and collapsed in a heap on the lawn. I love how their love for each other is so palpable here.

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One of my great loves is very low light photography. This image was lit entirely by one tea light candle with a touch of ambient light in the background. I love to test the limits of shutter speeds and ISO for my portraits. I have a new love of candlelight imagery that requires a steady hand.

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Winter macro is a hobby that brings me great joy. I love to hunt around outside for dead leaves and branches that tell the story of the bleak winters here in Minnesota. I adore macro in any weather, but there is something special about the amount of effort it takes to find something beautiful when everything around me is suspended, waiting for spring.  My goal is to capture something beautiful in a time of year that is both uncomfortable due to the weather and awkward due to ice and snow. All of my winter macros are made with manual focus, so a great tripod is an absolute necessity!

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This image was created in very inclement weather too. It was also shot at f0.95, with a manual focus lens. I love to make images like this that play with color and depth of field. This singular leaf was hanging on for dear life as this fragile branch whipped in the icy wind. It was below zero and nearly dark outside as I shot this image, but I love to rise to the challenge and find beauty in unlikely places.

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