Photographer Male Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
My Website: Steve Campbell
Mayhem # 140095

About Me

Originally from Bermuda, I'm currently in my third year of a Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Sydney. My alma mater is McGill University in Canada, where I did my Bachelor's degree in molecular biology & biotechnology, and my Master's degree in cardiovascular biochemistry. I'm not doing photography on a professional basis anymore, but rather as a low-stress pastime in an otherwise very medicine-immersed life.

I'm presently interested in portraits photographed in infrared, ultraviolet, and full spectrum (UV + visible + IR). My partner is interested in available light photography.

INFRARED - Due to the differences in reflectance of infrared light, brown/black eyes appear blue, skin takes on a much softer, more diffuse character, and hair appears blue as well. Plant life, including grass, is bright white, and the sky is typically very dark, with more defined clouds.

ULTRAVIOLET - In ultraviolet freckles are exaggerated, and appear very dark against a light face - the result is profound and intense images that do well in black and white. Those with a darker complexion appear darker in ultraviolet than in visible light, and such skin takes on a semi-reflective, almost metallic appearance. Generally the sky appears bright white, and objects in the distance are hazy, as if it were a foggy day. Plant life generally appears quite dark. This type of photography can complement both men and women, and results in a very intense look. UV does tend to add extra "ruggedness" to male models, and makes faces appear somewhat slimmer.

FULL SPECTRUM PHOTOGRAPHY - Great for atmospheric portraits, especially soft, elegant portraits that involve foliage. Skin retains near-normal coloration, but appears softer, making blemishes and imperfections less noticeable, making subjects appear more youthful. Hair appears light pink/purple. Grass and leaves appear light pink to white, and the overall color palate of the photo shifts to pastels. It's a beautiful, dreamlike effect.

Message me if you'd like to do a infrared/full spectrum/ultraviolet shoot together!


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