The situation in Italy is slowly stabilising, and meanwhile I want to show you a few shots from beautiful Calabria that my Muse and I took in July 2018. The following sets were taken on:
– narrow streets of Tropea – an incredibly lovely Italian town located on a high cliff above the Mediterranean Sea,
– a black beach going along the coast of Stromboli island,
– a private beach of the Le Playe hotel that we were staying in.
I took all of the photos with Canon 5d Mark IV + Canon EF 85mm f1.2 L II.
Hope you enjoy it!
last year I visited Staszek ‘Tips’ Wiertelak’s workshop, and I took my camera and lighting with me. Staszek makes fully custon personal computers and almost all of his projects are inspired by video games. Below you can see the effect of our meeting:
Starting tomorrow there is going to be a change in the quarantine restrictions and all the parks will be reopened, but as a warm up for you I have a set of my photos of animals from the Poznań Zoo. After over a decade of taking photos, last year I felt just tired with it. Over the past years I have photographed weddings, products, fashion, advertising campaigns, architecture, CEOs, cars, landscapes… but I’ve never been interested in nature photography. Last Summer I’ve decided to change that and figure out what makes so many people do it with such passion.
Today I’ll tell you about a case I had some time ago, shooting a Spring campaign of grill products in the middle of Winter for Hochland. The photos were taken on a very gloomy February day and to make things worse, it was sleeting since morning.
Time goes by faster and faster. Exactly 7 years ago My Muse and I began my life’s greatest adventure. On this occasion I’m sharing the photos we took in our tiny apartment at the end of last year, proving that even in a time of quarantine you can create something magical at home. Lighting setup at the end of the post.
Almost 2 years ago I’ve deliberately decided to withdraw from social media. Six months later it was clear to me that my fb and ig posts have no influence on my work whatsoever – I’ve had even more jobs than before – this is the nature of working for companies. Recently however, given the quarantine circumstances and having the majority of my jobs postponed, I have a lot of free time so I prepared a lighting tutorial for my blog. If it receives a warm welcoming, I’ll try to post another one in the next couple of days. Meanwhile, let’s take a look at the lighting setup from a commercial Innline photoshoot I did last year.