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What happens when you shoot infrared (which forces you to work with low shutter speeds) and action happens !!! (c)2018 Konstantinos Besios. All rights reserved. You can buy fine art prints from my best images at my eshop.
(c)2018 Konstantinos Besios. All rights reserved. You can buy fine art prints from my best images at my eshop.
Last weekend I was covering a rock concert. I was shooting video but I found some time during soundcheck to shoot a roll of film with the Nikon F801s and the 50mm f/1.4 lens. I had to push Ilford HP5 at ISO … Continue reading
This is the second part of my Velvia slideshow video. Images taken with the wonderful Fuji Velvia 50 slide film. All images were taken with the Plaubel Makina 67 and Mamiya 645 Pro TL cameras. c)2018 Konstantinos Besios. All rights reserved. … Continue reading
A new series of limited edition prints of infrared photos are available for sale on my eshop. Only 20 prints of each image are available, hand signed and at 30x20cm size (11.8 x 7.8 inches). All prints include a 1″ … Continue reading
I have added new fine art prints for sale in my eshop, including three infrared signed limited editions of 20 prints. You can visit my eshop by clicking here.
A collection of waterfall images from my archive. (click on each image to see larger size). (Sony A7s, Sony 24-70mm f/4 lens) (Sony A7s, Sony 24-70mm f/4 lens) (Nikon D700, Nikon 24mm f/2.8 lens) (Nikon D700, Nikon … Continue reading
Infrared photos taken in Athens, GREECE with a Leica M8 camera and B+W 092 IR filter. A unique camera, the M8 has been with me for many years now and is still alive and kicking! One of the best cameras … Continue reading
A special film camera for today’s pos, the Sprocket Rocket. . It’s made from Lomography (I also used to own the Holga 120WPC medium format panoramic pinhole camera, Lomo Products are great toy cameras with a distinct look on their … Continue reading
(click on image to see large size). Landscape photo taken at Plastiras Lake with a Gaoersi 6×17 panoramic camera and Nikkor 90mm f/4.5 SW lens. My film of choice was an old Kodak Portra 160VC (now discontinued). ©2018 Konstantinos Besios. … Continue reading