Pentax P30, Canon T90, Mamiya RZ67, Fuji GX617, Holga, Zero Image 2000, Canon 5D, Panasonic GF1, Canon 5D MKII, Olympus E-M5, Olympus E-P5, Olympus E-M1 … that’s my camera history in brief! The most significant thing since the Mamiya and the Fuji is how my cameras have shrunk in size. I still can’t believe the weight […]
My book and calendar, Sinai: Landscape and Nature in Egypt’s Wilderness, represents an evolution towards smaller cameras and lenses, from the first photographs taken with heavy SLRs cameras that used slide film, to the early DSLRs, and finally settling on micro four thirds (m43) and high end point and shoot cameras. The weight savings of […]
Two weeks, five countries and more than 3,000km. I had been planning this trip for months: a long drive from Italy, across Slovenia, and down along the Dalmatian coast of Croatia into Montenegro, with a side trip to Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, all places that I had been wanting to visit for years, but that […]
It was the trip of a lifetime, 10 days around the beautiful country of Iceland. Despite the promise of spectacular landscapes and wildlife, I did the unthinkable and opted to leave my full frame Canon camera home. I still took pictures of course, turning out over 7000 captures.
If you’ve ever tried light painting in your astrophotography, you’ve probably discovered how ugly and unnatural artificial light can often look. One of the questions I get asked most often is how I manage to get such clean and atmospheric light painting in Milky Way images. Aside from using an awesome camera (in my case […]