Well I finally created a link to offer some of my work for sale. Located on the main page is a section labeled “Available Prints” which will direct you to my Pixieset Gallery. Here you will find different categories featuring various work. Each print comes in a variety of sizes and materials all printed by the renowned WHCC Professional Lab. Thank you again and keep and eye out for new work as they become available.
Well not really. I did in fact have a great time using the little power house Sony RX100V. Check out the quick first impressions video.
For quite some time I wanted to make this video however Im not sure even now that I am finished with it. Fujifilm’s GFX50s has certainly opened up new gateways into my photography, offering up a look I have not been able to achieve in the past with other systems. This is largely due to adapting Canon L Glass and specifically the 85mm 1.2
I did a little video for you.
I posted a few images online which received some positive feedback along with questions on how I was able to accomplish this look. A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel and used as the support for the photographic emulsion.
This process however is all made using Photoshop. I used a Fujifilm GFX50s with an adapted Canon 85mm Lens as a starting point. Below you can see a few examples of the process.
In this video I explore possibly my favorite camera and often my daily sidekick, the Fujifilm X100F. This camera allows me to shoot a different way. Taking away all the technicalities of photography and concentrating on the pure joy and excitement of creating imagery. Check it out!!!