Scott Jarvie, a photographer from Utah, came up with a cool idea using a fisheye lens and a Rayflash. He called it the Jarvie Window. Not only is it a brilliant idea and a really awesome concept but the name has a great ring to it as well. Check out Scott Jarvie’s blog for all of his great Jarvie Window photos. I will be having some fun with the concept as well.
Here is a summary of how to create the Jarvie Window
- Digital SLR
- Fisheye Lens
- Strobe (I use an SB800) at the lowest setting (1/128)
- Aperture at f/8
- Get close and personal
- Shoot away!
Thanks for reading and checking out my first batch of Jarvie Window photos. Happy shooting,