So it finally happened. Nathan and Grace got married. I've been waiting for this one wedding for a long time :)Read More
Sometimes the weather is just perfect for a wedding. Amy and Anton had a perfect wedding weather last Saturday. Not too hot, not too cold but just right. Funny how it worked. I gave Amy a call the day before and said it would be perfect if we had some clouds. The next day, behold, we got them :)Read More
Whenever the subject of scuba diving and photography comes up people always ask if I do underwater photography. Interestingly enough, I don't. Why "interestingly'? Well, I'm a professional photographer and a scuba diving instructor. Diving has been a big part of my life for a long time but it isn't anymore. Photography is. People photography to be exact.Read More
What makes one to take a photo? I've heard there are two types of photographers out there.Read More
As always, the most important thing for me are the photographs. I don't care about the weather, settings, lenses. These are just the tools to create exciting and beautiful images, catch great moments and make people happy.
Sometimes it feels a little like a game. Jumping over fences, climbing tables and trees. Just because I've got a feeling there might be a great photo somewhere over there.
This is something I've started doing in my free time. I do like close ups of faces, they are like covers of books, telling you what you might find inside.Read More
Do you need a fancy camera to take good photos? NoRead More
I've noticed a lot of animal subjects in my street photos lately...Read More
This is a pig trapped in dog's body. Or first ever recorded French Bulldog possession. This thing respects no rules set by men and it snores. The only way to photograph The Beast is to restrain it or sneak up on it...Read More
Ok, here's the story. I conducted a photographic exercise yesterday. The goal of it was to practice creative seeing. In my own, boring and never-changing bathroom. I was aiming for 10 creative shots.Read More
There were fights, crazy contests, drinking from over-sized vessels, exotic animals, outrageous speeches and much more... Every one was asked to leave guns in the kitchen ;) Here are some of my personal favorites. Click on any of them and enjoy.Read More
A camera that fits into a small backpack costs more than 2 brand new Jeep Wranglers... You could buy a 35mm pro camera with a set of top range lenses, go traveling around Africa for 2 years and come back a better person with some stunning images.Read More
Bali is an amazing place to visit and photograph. Streets teem with people and activity - exotic smells hit you at every corner. People are extremely friendly which is a first thing a newcomer notices. Hindu statues and little offerings are at every doorstep and corner- life here is follows a rhythm set by religion.Read More
The theory of keeping a journal is easy, everyone who watched Indiana Jones knows it's vital. It was the practical side of having a journal I was struggling with.Read More
Here is something for people interested in Rankin, BBC documentaries or Africa. Rankin is a famous fashion and portrait photographer who goes on a personal journey to Republic of South Africa to explore it's photographic tradition. It's 60 minutes in HD so you can go full screen which is something I sometimes miss when watching documentaries on Youtube.Read More
My lesson from this week is: sometimes a photo is not worth the hassle... When you see something good, fire away by all means. However, if it's not pure gold worth a Nobel prize in street photography, delete it - all the shouting feels like a wasted time if it's quite an average shot...Read More
Photographing an event like this requires razor sharp reflexes and nerves of steel ;) The second most important event of the year after Oscars - Fig Staff Party. They work hard and party even harder.Read More
A casual and fun shoot with Jess. The idea was to center the session around the Sky Umbrella from MoMa which as you can see didn't quite happen. Things go this way sometimes - you start with one thing in mind and finish with something different :)Read More
One of them visited Fremantle 2 years ago and did quite a bit of shooting.