In my previous post I have mentioned an old house which we - me and my wife - have bought last year, hoping to renovate it into our dream home... Yes - plenty of work for already overloaded couple, but this kind of challenges are somehow extremely satisfying and even thou you lack sleep and your hands are aching from tools, you undertake next challenge just to feel like God, when you sip your well-deserved beer while looking at finished results of your own work...And another of such projects... continue reading
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Hi Guys!I am going to be shooting for a charity at the London Marathon - next week! This should no doubt be great fun but considering that I have only been on one proper sports shoot before now, I can do with all the tips and tricks you can give me!Here are the tips I know for now and - of course - would like to share... :O)On my rugby shoot, I went for a fairly long lens (100-400), which allowed me the flexibility of getting deep into the action. In terms of settings, focused on a... continue reading
This adapted from an article on HDR found in the "Garden Route Photo" web site, written by Hougaard Malan”HDR is in no way some miraculous technique to make a mediocre photo an amazing one, neither is it the gateway to becoming a great digital landscape photographer. Post processing will always play a minor role in creating a great photograph but the main effort will always be in the planning and shooting phase.HDR is popular because a camera can’t always capture the dynamic range of light... continue reading
Sweet dark plums are wrapped in a potato dough, and boiled before rolling in sweetened toasted bread crumbs. mmmmmmI've done them on last Saturday, and made some pictures while doing it. It was quite a hard job to do two such things in the same time. :)Try it! ( cooking, not photographing)Recipe*4 large russet potatoes* 1/2 teaspoon salt* 1 tablespoon butter, softened* 2 eggs* 1/4 cup farina* 1 cup all-purpose flour, or as needed* camera set on timmer... continue reading
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