Photo shoot with Ballet Dancers

•August 12, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Although not what I usually do with my camera, it’s been a great experience to do a nature-themed photo shoot with ballet dancers. I was lucky with the conditions; in a span of two hours we got a range of different types of natural light from harsh to diffused and then to overcast.

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•July 8, 2017 • Leave a Comment

It was mere access to various old 35mm and medium format cameras that inspired this gallery. One cannot help but admire camera design from so many years ago, along with some long forgotten ways to building the tool that captures the image.

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Photo Sets Gallery

•May 2, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I’ve been interested in putting multipe photos in one frame for a while now, this presentation style adds new ways to enjoy and experience images. Whether it’s variations of the same theme or a more abstract approach to combine photos, it’s always interesting to see them as a single display.

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Favourite Buildings: Plaza de Espana

•April 3, 2017 • Leave a Comment

490. Plaza de Espana in Seville; Spain

Apart from the many sights worth seeing and photographing in the city of Seville in the south of Spain, Plaza de Espana must surely be on the to do list of the visiting tourist.

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Looking-Glass: f/0.95

•April 30, 2016 • Leave a Comment

I generally prefer to avoid talking about equipment because the photographer’s creative approach and experience is more important than what he/she shoots on. Posting about my latest gallery however requires mentioning kit as the combination of lens and body brought distinct visual characteristics to the images.

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Visiting Morocco

•February 23, 2016 • 2 Comments

I meant to write an end of the year summary blog post in December 2015 about a highly productive year behind me, but it turns out it was so productive that I couldn’t find any time to actually write about it. To be honest, I didn’t have much to show at that stage as I’d been taking photos for various different projects but most of it was still sitting on my hard drive waiting to be processed and organised. But the images captured in Morocco finally went online recently so here are a few words about what it was like to be there.

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Ecco the Dolphin – 3DS Port

•January 20, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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I think one may have to be a psychopath to play Ecco the Dolphin through to its completion. As much as this may be an exaggeration, the level of difficulty of this Sega Mega Drive original nevertheless justifies it. Game creator Ed Annunziata acknowledged this by saying he didn’t want kids “to beat the game over the weekend”. Rental was common at the time and he wanted to set the difficulty so that a mere few days just weren’t enough take Ecco all the way to the final boss. This was such a success that poor little old me would have probably never finished the journey of the bottlenose dolphin if it wasn’t for the game’s Nintendo 3DS port and its “Super Dolphin Mode”.

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