First Images of 2014

There is nothing better than welcome a New Year with some photography. Here are our first images of 2014. Images below were shot with the Fuji X-Pro1 pared with a super-sharp XF 14mm F2.8 lens; processed in Irridient Developer 2.3 and Lightroom 5.   Playing with a new in-camera filter "miniature." JPEGs, straight from the [...]

From the set of “Double Bill”

Shooting a movie involves many elements of photography. Composition, lighting and subject are the most common. I am privileged to be able to work with a team of talented individuals under the direction of Thomas Kampioni – independent screenwriter and director. Working on the set allows me to apply my photographic knowledge and contribute to [...]

Family trips – great photo opportunities?

Family trips – great photo opportunities?

If planned well, family trips could provide great opportunities for a dedicated photographer. While photography-centred trips are ideal, they require plenty of time and preparation. Such photo assignments also demand 100% dedication, which, at least in my case, is difficult to achieve when accompanied by family or friends. Maybe it is just me but my [...]

To colour or not to colour?

In the last few months I have noticed a flood of strongly de-saturated imagery on the Internet as if colour had suddenly fallen out of fashion. I have even heard an opinion that using strong colour is not professional. Part of the reason could be the rising popularity of HDR-like, oversaturated imagery, which indeed looks [...]