I got to attend a beginners workshop for fashion photography. Great fun. Click on the photo for a link to the gallery.
This set was taken with three different cameras, within minutes of each other. Hopefully to get an idea of the more subtle color differences for JPG images, sans any post processing. The cameras are the Canon 50D (APS-C crop) with Canon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II (kit zoom), Olympus E-M5 (Micro 4/3 sensor) with Sigma 19mm f/2.8 (APS-C design), and Fujifilm X-E2s (APS-C sensor) with Fuji 23mm f/2 (native lens). Continue reading
A look at composition choices using Sedona, Arizona. This is a popular tourist destination that is renown for its classic western scenery. The red rock buttes of Sedona have appeared in many western movies.Continue reading
Follow along as I show how to approach different views of the same subject. That subject happens to be a fancy farm house preserved in a park setting. Each shot is taken from a different Point Of View (POV). I explain the purpose for each POV. Some times the difference is a right way / wrong way thing …Continue reading
Just playing with my new Panasonic 12-32, took a few shots of Christmas lights around the neighborhood and posted them on my Zenfolio site. I used that site because it easily accepts EXIF info, … Continue reading