One of the Christmas presents my wife received was a mandolin. The mandolin arrived yesterday via courier (she was given the money to buy it) and this morning I photographed it for her. To light the mandolin I made two strip lights to provide the gorgeous side lighting that really makes guitars shine. To make [...]
If you have been photographing long enough or plan to try a little analogue film photography, it’s possible that you may want to scan film negatives or slides into lightroom or photoshop. But buying a film scanner can set you back a bit for a decent one. Well with this idea if you have an [...]
In January I blogged about a DIY ND filter that I made from a welding glass lens. Here are a few images that I created using this filter on our recent trip to castlepoint. Both of these images were captured between 9 and 10 am on partially cloudy morning.
Thanks to Charles R. Coulon for letting me know about this awesome little DIY project through our facebook page. If you have had an Iphone or Ipod touch for more than a couple of weeks, you have probably wondered why it didn’t come with an infra red port. If it had then there would be [...]
Just a quick post today and another DIY piece of gear . We have all been there, it’s a bright sunny day, you have just pressed the shutter release and you wonder how did that look. Ah… that’s when the frustration starts, the bright light makes it hard for you to see the image on [...]