I have not been blogging for quite some time, there had been a number new things going on at the moment. One of which is my desire to shoot really good quality headshots. So how do I set about learning. A good place to start is to learn from others. One of the very best in the headshot business is Peter Hurley. A flamboyant character from New York who was once a successful male model that moved from the front of the lens to behind the camera. He has been extremely successful change for him. So how do you start the learning journey and what compromises do you have to make as a beginner.
This is a shot of model Izzie. Post processed to look old school art style. How did I get here Continue reading Learning Pro headshots with Fujifilm X-E1
I have not posted in a very very long time. The reasons are many but two reasons stand out. Firstly I was made redundant from the day job, yikes! so I needed to focus on finding new employment with the day job skills I have to offer. Thankfully I am now back in work and it’s going well. Learning curve is steep again as you would expect when starting a new job but all is good. Secondly we have not been able to get away in the camper so my desire to pick up the camera has been low.
Putting all this behind and starting to think about my photography again I begin to realise I am coming to the end of my 1camera1lens project with my Fujifilm XE1 and 35mm lens. So what did this journey teach me. Continue reading That time of year……new
Continuing from the recent trip to the Lake District I had a set of images based on buildings and structures.
Still finding the original Fujifilm X100 a delight to use over the holiday but sadly a break away from the 1Camera1Lens project. My Fujifilm X-E1 now has a lovely clean sensor. I have to admit it was a little scary cleaning it myself but it has turned out just fine. On the flip side I have a couple more sets of images to use in this post from the Lakes trip with the X100. Then another set of landscapes and then it’s back to the 1camera1lens project. If you have time take a look at the remaining images my favourite by far is the mirror finish to the millpond apartments. Continue reading Structure and building with the Fujifilm X100