I saw Irina Werning’s first Back to the Future series a couple of years ago and thought the idea was brilliant. The series became very popular – perhaps you have seen them. Irina takes an old photograph of someone, retouches it, reshoots the same image today, and then pairs the two. A new series of …..
There’s a saying the goes something like “the best camera in the world is the one in your pocket”. Here’s testament to that – a set of images from Libya by photographer Michael Brown.
I purchased my first SLR camera, a Konica Autoreflex TC, in 1981 or so. It was a big purchase for me, somewhere around $200. I really liked that camera. It disappeared a few years later in Manhatten – it was pick pocketed out of a friends bag. Recently, I’ve been scanning eBay looking to buy …..
Meet Dolly the Tibetan Terrior. I’ve known Dolly for ten years. She’ s a great dog and was a lot fun to photograph. It was a straight forward session, mostly portraits with a white background. I think some of her photographs turned out pretty well so I included a few of them below (make sure to …..
While fooling around around with a Sekonic L-358 light meter yesterday I decided to photograph my dogs with a clean white background, something I’ve been meaning to do for a while. As usual the dogs couldn’t have cared less about a camera and had their own agenda. Bribed with some chicken strips, they sat around …..
I tend to use a fair amount of off camera flash. Since I use Canon gear most of the time, that means using the Canon STE-2 speedlite transmitter – a device that makes it possible to fire your Canon speedlites off camera and still use the camera/flash metering system or E-TTL. The STE-2 is OK, …..