Nikon D800 Photos Pretty Blue Eyes Blonde Hair! Beautiful Swimsuit Bikini Lingerie Model Goddess! by 45SURF Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddesses on Flickr.
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Nikon D800 Photos Beautiful Swimsuit Bikini Lingerie Model Goddess! Modeling the Gold 45 Revolver Gold’N’Virtue swimsuits and lingerie which is inspired by classic, epic mythology—Homer, Odysseus, Achilles, Aeneas, et al.—Hero’s Journey Mythology! :)
Shooting stills & video @ the same time:
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Modeling Gold 45 Revolver Gold’N’Virtue Lingerie with the famous golden gun! The Colt 45 Revolver comes directly form Clint Eastwood’s/Sergio Leone’s Fistful of Dollars—my favorite Western—heck my favorite all-time film, exalting the classical, archetypal themes I seek in all my photography!
She was tall, athletic, thin, pretty, and fit with gorgeous blue eyes and long legs! Shot with the D800 and my favorite workhorse lens the very sharp Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens. A slight change of pace for all my flickr fans!
Here’s some HD video shot during the swimsuit/lingerie shoot that day:
The tall, golden-haired, blue-eyed goddess was modeling the black & gold “Gold 45 Revolver” Gold’N’Virtue swimsuits with the main equation to Moving Dimensions Theory on the swimsuits: dx4/dt=ic. Yes I have a Ph.D. in physics! :) You can read more about my research and Hero’s Journey Physics here:
herosjourneyphysics.wordpress.com/ MDT PROOF#2: Einstein (1912 Man. on Rel.) and Minkowski wrote x4=ict. Ergo dx4/dt=ic—the foundational equation of all time and motion which is on all the shirts and swimsuits. Every photon that hits my Nikon D800e’s sensor does it by surfing the fourth expanding dimension, which is moving at c relative to the three spatial dimensions, or dx4/dt=ic!
May the Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddess inspire you (as they have inspired me!) along your own artistic journey! Love, love, love the 70-200mm F/2.8 Lens! Holding it up all day, alongside the Sony NEX 6 with the 50mm F/1.8 lens for cool video bokeh which I have mounted under the Nikon D800E camera, is quite the workout! My shoulders have gotten bigger after so many days with six hour shoots in the AM and 3 hour shoots in the PM holding that rig up :). Plus I have to carry all the gear, books, and clothes a few hundred yards up and down the steep cliffs. I count my photography days as two workout days. :) But I love it! Every day presents a puzzle—how to figure out the light, and every model presents a mystery to be unlocked—what are her best angles/poses/actions? Nothing beats the challenge of capturing the natural beauty of a day out there, when the light’s dynamic range can change by a factor of ten in a few minutes as the mist burns away to reveal the sun, and then the wind whips up and a fog rolls on in, making it seem like a windy December dusk in July. One must always be mindful of tide, times, and temperatures and work quickly before the cameras get too hot in the sun, or the model gets too cold in the wind, as the tide and rogue waves reach out to grab your equipment/props/clothes and claim them for Poseidon, the god of the sea . Beach photography/video is just like surfing, with the conditions always changing and every wave a bit different. Studio photography is like riding an exercise bike set at level 1 in a gym in front of a TV. And shooting stills and video @ the same time is like Jimmy Page or Slash improvising on his double-necked guitar.
I’m working on a book called “Lone Cowboy Photography: A Humble Hero’s Journey into the Art of Photography” about how to shoot it all on your own—stills and video for sports, portraits, and landscapes—with no assistants nor teams. Just you and the goddesses, the heroic athletes, the majestic, epic landscapes, and a copy of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey to teach you of the poetry of epic, heroic beauty. You gotta be ready, son—you gotta be ready for quick-draw showdowns at sunrise and sunset, during the magic hours and in the harsh light at high noon. Every shoot is over the second you finish packing your bags for the day with all your batteries, backup cameras, freshly-cleaned lenses, washed and folded clothes and hoodies, and props and polarizer filters. Every shoot ends the second the prep is over, and the fun, and art, and life of the live performance begins. :) “Every fighter has a plan,” said boxing great Mike Tyson, “Until they get hit.”
All the Best on Your Epic Hero’s Journey from Johnny Ranger McCoy!