lol, I really don’t know why I keep the day thing going. It’s kind of come to spluttering halt. I’ve been lucky enough recently to have some nice projects that I’ve been able to concentrate on and throw my creative energies into (when I can muster them!). One of which is a new blog, purely dedicated to my wedding photography. Please check it out and follow it here
I keep saying I won’t do event photography ever again, and then some one asks and I do. Again, it was charity. And at least the subjects had the virtue of being quite unique. I also had fun coming up with some interesting “look” with the aid of Perfect Photo Suite 8.5. Here are some examples, I hope you like them
Today, doing what I love best. Real photography for a client.
Lind Krelle, a glass and ceramics artist with whom I worked with before, called me with some more work to shoot for her web site and to promote an exhibit she opened at Duffryn House in Cowbridge. I’ve included a shot of my X-rite colorchecker passport, without which shooting glass would be very much more difficult than it already is. Strobist information: SB700 fired visa Nikon CLS bounced of white umbrella. White reflector camera right.