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Date: 01/07/2013 | By: Heather

‘Mirrorless Monday’ with Daniel H. Bailey and Colin Franks

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‘Mirrorless Monday’ with Daniel H. Bailey and Colin Franks

Though we are in the depths of summer, this week on ‘Mirrorless Monday,’ we are featuring two photographers who have decided to go with a wintery theme – mighty refreshing considering the 35 degree humidity we’ve been experiencing here in Torino!

The first photograph is by Daniel H. Bailey, a professional ‘outdoor, adventure, travel and location’ photographer based in Alaska. Featured in a variety of well-known publications of the likes of National Geographic and the New York Times, he has proven himself a master of his craft, and an artist whose stunning landscape photography is to be envied.

Pools of meltwater on the Knik Glacier. Fuji X20.
Pools of meltwater on the Knik Glacier. Fuji X20.


His camera of choice was the modest Fujifilm X20. About this photo, he states:

This is an aerial photo of the Knik Glacier, which is near Anchorage, Alaska. Shot this past Sunday with the Fuji X20. 1/1000 sec at f/9.0, ISO 200.
You can see more of Daniel’s fantastic work on his website, blog and Facebook page, where he continually updates with his best photographs. Be sure to become a fan!

Regular ‘Mirrorless Monday’ contributor Colin Franks, on the other hand, has sent on a beautiful portrait of an Alaskan Husky dog taken with the Panasonic G3. About the photo, Colin states that he doesn’t “often do selective colour, but thought this one worked fairly well.” Given the unique shade of the eyes of this particular breed of dog, we tend to agree that the spot of colour draws your eye in much more than it would have in plain black and white.

DMC-G3, 1/400, f/ 28/10, ISO 160
DMC-G3, 1/400, f/ 28/10, ISO 160,
35-100mm lens

Be sure to drop by Colin’s Facebook page to see more of his wonderful portfolio!

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About the author: Heather Broster

Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

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