a peek inside | stacey haslem

A Peek Inside with Stacey Haslem

a peek inside | stacey haslem photo

1. Nikon D4

2. Nikon D700 – my back up body

3. Nikon 35mm f/1.4 – my favorite and most used lens

4. Nikon 105mm f/2.8

5. Nikon 45mm f/2.8 PC-E (tilt-shift) – my second favorite lens

6. Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8

7. Sekonic L-358 light meter

8. Compact flash cards

9. Nikon SB-700 speedlight

10. Nikon D700 battery charger

11. Wireless remote that I still need to figure out.

12. Nikon D4 battery charger

a peek inside | stacey haslem photo

1. Two Western Digital 1tb hard drives

2. Wacom Intuos Tablet

3. USB 2.0 10-port hub

4. Transcend card reader

5. Intuos Stylus

6. X-rite Eye One Display 2 calibrator

7. Drawers that my lenses and gear are kept in

8. My husband’s mess

9. Where I keep my cameras

10. Kelly Moore 2 Sues bag in mustard

11. Photography books and magazines

12. Leah’s books for when I am working

a peek inside | stacey haslem photo

a peek inside | stacey haslem photoStacey Haslem, California
CMU Instructor | CM Mentor
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Spurred by the inspiration of her four children, Stacey Haslem captures the beauty and intimacy that flourishes within her own home. That inspiration, along with her love of manipulating available light, translates into fine art, portraiture and lifestyle pieces. While she enjoys color in the occasional image, she believes more beauty can often be unveiled once it is stripped away. Stacey favors a Nikkor 35mm and 45mm tilt shift on her Nikon D4 or D700. She edits her images primarily in Lightroom, but enjoys Photoshop for it’s finishing touches. Stacey also takes joy in being a rotating instructor for the Mastering Manual Exposure course and providing mentoring services.

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a peek inside | stacey haslem photo

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