AMH Network asked me to go backstage with Hands Like Houses and shoot their process of preparing and putting on a show.
ABC Melbourne’s 774 presenter, Lindy Burns, asked me to chat with her about smartphone photography and how her listeners can get the most out of shooting with a mobile phone.
I haven’t done much food photography lately, so when I was presented with this vegan cupcake by Emily, I thought it would be a good opportunity to get some practice in.
I just got back from Melbourne, and while I can’t say too much about what I was working on just yet, I did document some of my stay by means of iPhone photography. Soon enough my routine visits to Melbourne might become a little clearer, but like any creative, I’m working hard on ideas that I think are unique and useful to people and am somewhat protective of that.
A quick thanks to Gig Photographer, who published a few of my photos today:
The Dillinger Escape Plan – http://gig-photographer.com/dillinger-escape-plan/
Kendrick Lamar – http://gig-photographer.com/kendrick-lamar/
I love the team over at Gig Photographer, so it means a lot. Thanks!
Over 150 of you are now enjoying my four free presets that I gave away over four weeks.
I had never seen High On Fire before, but I had heard about the almighty Matt Pike before.
The 40mm 2.8 lens is known as a ‘pancake lens’ to most photographers. You probably won’t be surprised to know that it’s thin – but no matter what understanding you have of the size of the pancake lens, you’ll still be surprised. This thing is thin, and it’s a brilliant piece of photography gear for its price.
There has been a fantastic show of support for my 4for4 Lightroom preset giveaway. And by a show of support, I mean acceptance of the free presets I’ve offered you in return for supporting me.