Jump to content
The Grand Old Dame On Musgrave
If you have lived in Durban for any length of time you will know that Musgrave Road is in one of its oldest residential neighbourhoods.
    • Like
  • 0 replies
In the crack
As I was flicking through some recent pictures, I realised there was a bit of theme with these shots...
    • Like
  • 3 replies
Shooting Straight
The reality of being a professional photographer is that (for me at least) the opportunities to enjoy taking photos for yourself become somewhat limited in number.
    • Applaud
    • Like
  • 8 replies
Storm coming
My first shots of the year.
    • Applaud
  • 1 reply
Advices from the past for a better future (in photography)
Being fascinated by photography and its process has been always profoundly inlaid into my life since my youngest years.
    • Like
  • 2 replies
The Fujifilm X-E4: The simplicity that could be complex without the complexes!
This is a second time that I give a try to the Fujifilm X-E4 model although the first essay didn't last very long (few days at the most).
    • Like
  • 3 replies
"Scanning" Negs - Sigma sd Quattro-H vs Fuji X-T5 in pixel-shift mode.
This is just the beginning of a journey, but here's a much reduced size comparison between photographing a 6x6 neg with a Sigma sd Quattro H camera and Sigma 70mm f/2.8 Macro lens...
    • Like
  • 5 replies
The 10 Year Old Wunderkind
In 2012 I bought two different, but amazing pieces of equipment. One of them was the original Olympus E-M5 camera. The other was an Apple MacBook Pro 13”.
    • Like
  • 2 replies
Before the OM-1: The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III breifly summarized by Daniel M
Before OM System has taken over the ownership of the photographic gear division of the Olympus company, many products have been release during their name(Olympus) into the last few years at the control of it.
    • Like
  • 2 replies
45(mm) Higher Love! The Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8 Premium
My love of the 45mm focal length into the Micro Four Third (MFT) image sensor format is not new (and may have begun with the Leica Summicron 90mm F2.8 into the 35mm film format not so long ago…!).
    • Like
  • 6 replies
Photographing Larger Products
Since an early age I have been obsessed with arranging furniture and objects in rooms. It brings out the creative spark in me, so having this large home studio where almost everything is on wheels really let’s me express that creativity in ways I couldn’t have imagined. 
    • Like
  • 0 replies
Photography Website Revamp
I have mostly stopped getting inquiries for new business since moving house. It's kind of distressing and difficult to put a finger on because it could be a number of things that are in play.
    • Like
  • 3 replies
Another skyline
Had a bit of spare time waiting to pick up one of my kids, so grabbed a few pictures - I'd just missed sunset, but there was still lots of colour in the sky.
    • Like
  • 2 replies
Upper Florentine World Heritage Area Tasmania.
After several years' break I ventured into the old growth forest that was listed as a World Heritage Area in 2014 after an eight year campaign by diverse members of the public who had sought to save it from the logging industry.
    • Like
  • 8 replies
Laowa 10mm f/4 Cookie
An interesting new lens announced this week - Laowa 10mm f/4 Cookie.  Very compact, very wide and apparently very little distortion.
    • Like
  • 0 replies
My Cloud Backup Solution
I can't remember who recommended them but I have ended up subscribing to Backblaze for my backups, since Time Machine is not compatible with my multiple external drives...
  • 0 replies
It's Winter in Tasmania again
A small window of conditions I'd usually expect here in winter presented a couple of days ago after months of lousy weather and light, and while I failed to find anything new to photograph on a short drive, on my way home I drove past a scene ...
    • Applaud
    • Like
  • 3 replies
Phinda 2022
A challenging safari given the terrain and foliage growth but definitely the place to go for cheetahs if that's your thing vs Kruger.
    • Applaud
    • Like
  • 12 replies
The good “kompromises” or how to be clever not follower!
I have often the impression that people are now buying (digital) photographic gear not for themselves but for others…      
    • Like
  • 4 replies
Rail Yard
Some more from the weekend walk about.  After wandering around Docklands for a bit I headed up onto the La Trobe Street bridge wondering what the view would be like.  
    • Applaud
    • Like
  • 3 replies
The New Space
The first bit of studio gear I bought was a Tristar light stand that extends to about 4m in height. I thought it was so cool. I still have that stand, but I have added about a dozen others in the 20 or so years since I bought the Tristar.
    • Applaud
    • Like
  • 5 replies
The Fujifilm X-H1: the pro that never had a chance!
This is a story that can be narrated many times for all the people and for the things they have created at a wrong moment but that may have been successful if things have worked differently.
    • Like
  • 11 replies
Keeping Myself Organised
My little studio space has kept me amused for a very long time. The problem with me though, is that I can never remember where I put things.
    • Like
  • 3 replies
Back To Bowens
The very first lighting kit I ever bought some 20 years ago was a pair of Bowens Esprit 250 monolights. I thought they were sooo cool.
  • 5 replies
Something has to be different!
Replication is not a new thing in photography as for variations over a basic theme but, at least, variations are a different exploration of the main subject opposed to simply an endless reproduction of the same formula.
    • Like
  • 0 replies
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By visiting this website you are agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy & Guidelines.