Tag: friday foto

Friday Foto 05 V 17

Today’s Friday Foto is four simple black and white portrait squares taken a couple of weeks ago at a model casting shoot for Miss Zimbabwe.

Friday Foto 28 IV 17

It’s usually Autumn that has the riot of colours in woods and forests that makes creating images at that time of year such a rewarding time for photographers. However, if you get your timing right with the light and are lucky to be in the right place Spring too has

Friday Foto 14/21 IV 17

Four photos this week to make up missing last Friday altogether. Still messing about with the Fujifilm X100F. I have to say it’s taking some getting used to. Focus seems slower than the X100T and I don’t know why. Make no mistake, this is a very capable camera but like any

Friday Foto 7 IV 17

Friday Foto this week is three images I made of the Zimbabwean entrepreneur and fashion expert Chiedza Dawn Ziyambe and her assistant sharing a joke at the casting for Miss Zimbabwe in Nottingham las weekend. Dawn is looking for models who could become the next Miss World Zimbabwe UK with the chance

Friday Foto – 31 III 17

Todays Friday Foto is a homage to the photographer Robert Mapplethorpe who died 28 years ago this month. Mapplethorpe’s work covered an array of photographic genres, including portraits, male and female nudes, self-portraits and still-life’s of flowers. He also made images of the underground BDSM scene of New York City causing a good

Friday Foto – 24 III 17

For this weeks Friday Foto I’ve chosen a couple of images from this years Photography Show which was at the NEC near Birmingham from 19-21 March. They are of the photographers Albert Watson and Jill Furmanovsky whose talks I heard on the Super Stage on Sunday. Watson is one of the most

Friday Foto – 17 III 17

Today’ Friday Foto is from a fashion shoot I did last weekend for the Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase organiser and designer Dawn Ziyambe. These were a few portraits I did for Dawn herself between fashion shots. All images taken with an Olympus OM-D E-M1 and 12-40mm M.ZUIKO f/2.8 lens and Elinchrom

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