Anyone who knows me as a photographer, knows I prefer to shoot handheld as much as possible. I love the freedom of complete movement and to get into position quickly without losing the moment, or pose on a model’s face or the sun bursting around the corner of a barn. There are however times where it is essential, or a least a huge benefit to giving your camera and lens a sturdy platform (other than your knee or camera bag!). Every photographer has their own taste, and reasons for making th…
City/Urban Scenes, album created on October 13, 2016
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Adult Portraits, album created on October 9, 2016
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Everyday Life - Family, album created on October 9, 2016
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- October 21, 2016Protection of your intellectual property (your photographs) starts right in your home/office where you upload your photographs and process them. In this short article, I am going to share some insight into how I handle my library of photos onsite. I won’t be discussing my offsite backup strategy in this article nor going into explicit details on my network architecture or firewall settings. Needless to say, working in IT has given me the knowledge to build my own onsite solution which suits my g…
- October 18, 2016When you think of winter, you often think of a freshly fallen snow or a Christmas scene with people skating in a park or the welcoming light from a warm window. Depending where you are capturing winter though, it can be a lot more extreme offering white-out conditions in gale force winds with extreme temperatures and a real risk of frostbite. Winter can turn deadly quickly, especially if you get lost or exposed to the extremes for any period. I have been capturing winter from first snow fall,…