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Friday Foto – 17 II 17

Pretty simple this week. What’s in my (Billingham) bag that I use for my portrait photography. Basically: Billingham Hadley Pro (best camera bag ever in my humble opinion). Olympus OM-D E-M1 (Mk I) (no longer available but still a great camera which I have no plans to upgrade) Olympus M.ZUIKO

A Portable Studio: Part I – The Results

For most of my past studio work I have relied on the lighting provided by the studio that I rent. This has worked out reasonably well: I get to use a variety of different lights, I don’t need to carry lights with me and the cost of purchase, maintenance etc

Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It – Shoot 1

The photographer and Photoshop wizard Scott Kelby has written a very informative book called Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It (or how to go from empty studio to finished image) which takes you through 12 studio lighting set ups and how to shoot them as well as giving hints on

Selecting a Telephoto Zoom

For the last three years or so, since moving to the Olympus OM-D micro four thirds system, the longest focal length lens I’ve had the need for is 60mm. For the types of photography I do, travel, portrait and the occasional bit of macro, the range between 12mm and 60mm has been

Shooting Linzi with One Light

I have photographed Linzi on a number of occasions; she being one of the first people to trust that I would get some half decent images of her even though I was just setting out in portrait photography and had no portfolio to speak of. This time around Linzi wanted some

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase – The Show

The weekend before last was the Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase runway fashion event held at the mac arts centre in Birmingham. You can see my favourite images from the actual runway event here. Below are a few of the behind the scenes images I captured during the two days of the event.

Postcards from Yosemite

The second half of my recent California trip with my son included a few days at Yosemite National Park. Photographically it’s practically impossible to do Yosemite justice in only two days. We spent one whole day alone trekking up to the top of Yosemite Falls and back (a distance of

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