Not gear related as such, but more of a photography lifehack. The bane of most photographers lives are Batteries! Well mine anyways!
As a location photographer and mostly using half a dozen flash guns on a shoot, batteries are always needed! I have about 10 sets of high power Duracell rechargeables i use regularly on shoots, which are constantly on charge at home. I prefer the duracell Accu ones…
Another recent purchase to replace some old kit. So another Darkslide Review!
This time some Wansen PT-16 GY Wireless flash Trigger and receivers sets.
Until recently i’ve been using a 16 channel JYC set of triggers and receivers for strobist work. But over time some have taken a beating, got damaged, covered in mud, water and all sorts working on location so i bit the bullet and decided to pick…
A recent Purchase off of a well know auction site. A generic Branded Infra-red Remote shutter release for Sony Alpha series cameras.
I purchased this for under £5 inc shipping from a UK seller, although they can be purchased cheaper from HK or Chinese sellers.
Although i have an intervalometer wired remote for time lapse, long exposure and as a remote shutter. I wanted something more compact to…
Published work in the latest issue of BD Magazine. Sneak peek of the Cover piece from my recent Alice in Wonderland Inspired shoot of the Mad Hatters Tea Party.
Full issue including an interview with myself and the full set of the tea party, will be out this weekend for their June Issue
BD Magazine is a free to read online publication that can be viewed via their website here : http://www.belros…
A while back i was contacted by artist Rachael Reed from Eastborne who runs Ravens Soul Designs. She asked if she could use one of my photographs i had shot last year at Aston Manor Transport museum in Aldridge, of model Bambi posing in a vintage style on one of the museums exhibits.
Of course i was incredibly flattered that she wanted to use one of my pieces as inspiration for her artwork so i absolutely agreed!
The drawing was done on an A1 paper, using a mix of ink and biro. The level of detail in the work is incredible!
View the Gallery below for the photo used for inspiration, as well as some work in progress photos (used here with permission from Rachael)
You can view more of Ravens Soul designs on her facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/RavensSoulDesigns?fref=tsArtist Spotlight – Ravens Soul Designs A while back i was contacted by artist Rachael Reed from Eastborne who runs Ravens Soul Designs.