So in my previous blog I mentioned that I would share my camera setup for our upcoming trip to India, so here it is.
I thought I would share a quick tip for organising lenses ( and other items ) in your camera bag.
A quick overview of how we will store / backup / process photos while we are away in India in August.
I bought the new 9mm Laowa lens for my Fujifilm system and here is a quick review
There are many discussions online about the quality of the Jpeg images that can produced straight out of the Fujifilm cameras, here is another.
Liz and I had a brief discussion about NZ Copyright law over the weekend, and I thought I would write a short blog about the subject.
Many of you won't know that I am the President of the Hawke's Bay Photographic Society based in Napier, and tomorrow night I am giving a presentation about Black & White photography, so I thought it was a good time to cover this topic in my blog.
So as I have discussed on this blog before I moved to being a full time self employed photographer ( not strictly true... read on to find out why not ) in October 2017. This was quite a brave leap into the unknown, but I had a plan.
When I started to second shoot weddings for Eva Bradley Photography back in November 2014, the first thing that I realised about wedding photography is that the hardest thing is not necessarily nailing the shots, but it is knowing what is happening next and getting in the right place for those shots. Let me explain.