Archive for the ‘LightRoom’ Category

M&M’s in Light-Box

In this article I am posting three images for a M&M’s mug to use a Kodakporta400 and ilford film simulation with Fujifilm X-T30ii camera in hand. Also I am posting the outer or say back-stage shot for my Light-Box with LED lighting the subject.

First lit’s see the colored shot using the kodakporta400 film Simulations.

Camera settings: ISO 2000, f 4.5, Focal-Point 34, Shutter speed 1/125s.

Here i use the ilford film Simulations. The setting was: ISO 6400 , f 14 , Focal-Point 34 , Shutter speed 1/125s.

This is the Light-Box studio I am using with an out-source LED lights.

In this shot I just change the light position.

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By: Ali Radwani

DanBo in Lightroom, Before and After..

January 3, 2013 1 comment

This is one of my DanBo session photo and i use the Adobe LightRoom to edit and add some lights effect. The first photo is before the effect and the second one is after the light effect. I use the Nikon D90 and Nikon 35mm lens.



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Blue and Green Instagram set

April 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Here are three of my photos after Instagram filters been applied, I create the filters under Adobe LightRoom V.2 and you can download them from the Download Section in my Blog, this set contain four files: Green, MoreGreen, Blue, MoreBlue and BlueGreen all are in ahradwani_Instagram_blueGreen.rar more files are available for free in the Download Section.

The photos are for Kuwait Towers I used my Sony T100, the first photo is the original one you can click the image to enlarge it.

The Original shot..
The MoreBlue filter..
The MoreGreen filter..
The BlueGreen filter..

You may need to a just the colors of your photos after a playing the effects.


Flash Color [White Balance] Temperature

August 24, 2011 Leave a comment

[o] Information
Subject: Small Eiffel Tower and a Milk pot.
Studio: Home Made LightBox.
Flash: Normal Room light + Camera Flash

[o] Camera Setting
Camera: Nikon D90
Exposure: 0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperture: f/3.2
Focal Length: 35 mm
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: On, Return not detected

One of the features in the ‘almost all’ new digital cameras the you can change the White Balance colors Temperature to get colors atmosphere in your shot, In each shot of this image I changed the flash color temperature (White Balance) to get different colors and merged them all in one picture ..
starting from the left..

1. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 485/256, 316/256, 256/256, 256/256
2. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 422/256, 263/256, 256/256, 256/256
3. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 579/256, 341/256, 256/256, 256/256
4. White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients = 411/256, 309/256, 256/256, 256/256

The result..

Here is the Studio..

Another Sample for the Green Preset..

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Some time you may want to add more Green colors to your photos, here is a LightRoom 2 preset file that i create to do this and you can see the sample shot on the left the Yellow rose without the Green Preset filter and on the right is the same shot after applying the filter..
[Click the image to enlarge]

you can download this preset from The Download Section..

Macro on ‘Pierre Cardin’

July 31, 2011 2 comments

This is a Macro shot on a ‘Pierre Cardin’ Watch, i used my Nikon 105mm Macro lens with the camera flash.

This is the Camera setting for the shot..
Model = NIKON D90
Date Time = 2011-07-30 14:39:22
Exposure Time = 1/60″
F Number = F4.5
Exposure Program = Manual
Exposure Bias Value = +5EV
Max Aperture Value = F4.29
Flash = Flash fired, compulsory flash mode, return light not detected
Focal Length = 105mm
Exposure Mode = Manual exposure

Here are another two shots ..[Click the image to enlarge]

Water drops from bottle..

July 23, 2011 13 comments

How to shot the water while it drops out from the bottle?

In this project we need to setup a studio to be ready with the following:
[Click the image to enlarge]

Here i am listing the equipment that a used in this project, you may have better studio than this..:)
o} A Bottle.
o} Food colors.
o} Light.
o} Monopod.
o} Tripod. [80cm from the bottle]
o} White Paper as a background.
o} Hanger. [to hang the bottle up side down]
o} I used the Nikon D90 + Nikon 35mm lens with shutter release cable.

1. Fill the bottle with a colored water and hang it upside down try to close the bottle hole with your hand. [Click the image to enlarge]

2. Start shooting [use the release cable] and remove your hand and let the water comes out from the bottle.

I come up with almost 200 shots here are some samples..
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I just start to play with the photos in Photoshop and LightRoom here is one image and other will be post later..[Click the image to enlarge]

Another Sample for the Green Preset

July 13, 2011 1 comment

This is on of my photos from London2010 Collection the first photo is the original one without any edits.

I used Nikon D90 with this setting:
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500)
Aperture: f/5.6
Focal Length: 300 mm [Nikon 70-300mm]
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: No Flash

And this is the same photo after been edited in Photoshop & Adobe Lightroom 2, I apply one of my preset files “More Green Color” and you may download it from My Download Section.

Adobe LightRoom 2 Preset file name: ahradwani More Green.rar

Click here to Download the File.

LightRoom2 preset … More Green

July 10, 2011 4 comments

Some time you may want to add more Green colors to the trees in your photos, here is a LightRoom 2 preset file to do this and you can see the sample shot can download this preset from The download section..

A screen shot of the lightroom 2

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Another shot Before & After..

After … [Click the image to enlarge]

Adobe Lightroom2 Before & After

Here is another preset file you can download from the download section.This preset will add more colors to your photo and from there you can adjust it as your need.

File Name: ahradwani_MoreColorTemp [lrtemplate]

Click the image to see the Before & After photos in the LightRoom.

Click the file name to download it, or navigate to the Download Section to see more preset files.