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Another image of pond grasses at Grace Farms, New Caanan, Ct. May 21, 2017:
Same Azalea flower as below (Shot with my Canon 60D, a 60mm macro lens, hand held f/8 @ 1/60th of a second, ISO 400. Note how much more crisp it is! May 19, 2017:
Azaleas, Chappaqua, (Shot with my iPhone) and processed in PhotoExpess, May 17, 2017:
Visit to Grace Farms, New Caanan, CT, May 6, 2017:
April 20, 2017: More images for Jill Harth Beauty
Interesting technique added in post production. In the “old days” we called this “sharpness in grain” and it was achieved with high speed film, push processed in a fine grain developer:
April 8, 2017:
Shoot for Jill Harth Cosmetics. April 4, 2017:
Judy Collins, 2017:
Pond and barn, Rhinebeck, NY, March 23, 2017:
Haylie Emma’s one-year-old birthday party! Definitely loves guitar music! 3/18/2017:
A St. Patrick’s Day party at Whippoorwill Club, Chappaqua, NY, 3/18/2017:
A “smash cake” shoot for Haylie Emma’s First birthday, 3/12/2017:
Shoot with Reiki Master, Donna Miller-Small, for a new website which may be still under construction, 3/1/2017: http://www.reikinewyork.com
Eric Gales at The Towne Crier, Beacon, NY 2/24/2017. Compared to Jimi Hendrix, probably better:
Triptyk of Haylie Emma (Birth to 9 months) – February 5, 2017:
This image of the wedding dress in “Gone With The Wind,” is from an assignment shot early in my career for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute which was then under the direction of Diana Vreeland (former editor of Vogue Magazine). I was asked to provide black & white photographs for publicity purposes, but I did some color images as well. Photographed with a view camera and scanned for the web.
This image of Rock n Roll legend, Chuck Berry was shot at Denver, CO in 1972. “Most of my concert images were made on TRI-X film, rated at ISO 800 or 1600 and developed in Acufine or Promicrol,” says William. He is in the process of scanning some of his old rock concert music photos and adding to his collection. More images are available.If you are interested in seeing more or using some of William’s stock rock photos, please send an email. He continues to shoot musicians both in the studio and in concert.All photographs Copyright (c) by William Lulow. All rights reserved. William Lulow welcomes your questions or comments about anything contained on this web site. Please use the “Inquiries” page to send an email.