Translation With all the love we wish our friends and family that this upcoming year is filled with happinness and prosperity. Jorge and Isabel captured with the Fuji X-T1 and Fujinon 35mm f/2 R WR
Here’s to hoping for a great 2016 with new goals and aspirations all whilst continuing my journey with the Fujifilm X series system . Merry Christmas and Happy New Year folks, see you all next year. captured with the Fuji X-T1 and Fujinon 35mm f/2 R WR
Another year has come and gone in a blink of an eye. So many things happened this year that its hard for me to even begin to recall all of them. Photographyically speaking, it was a rather slow year for me. I looked back at some of the post from this year and selected myContinue reading “New Year Roundup 2014”
I have been thoughts about sharing more of my photography and how to go about it. I don’t want to spam this space as ledesmaphotography is all about photography and everything related to this craft. You know the “The Rig”, my essays, my extended thoughts on gear and the rest of the categories you can see on the Archive.
There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered ― Nelson Mandela Isn’t that something huh, often times we photograph the same places, the same faces, and although those themes may be unchanged or appear not to have changed, only then do weContinue reading “Pentax K5 IIs: 100mm 2.8 WR Macro Sample”
Thinking and thinking more about last year I can’t help but that there is so much more to explore, tweak, express, and then some. January is almost over but we still have another 11 months so mine will start in February hoping to rekindle that enthusiasm and expressiveness I think I was able to captureContinue reading “Perspectives: a new weekly project for 2013”
Off camera strobe setup: Nikon SB-600 on a power pack from Al Jacobs, the Tuxedo Translucent Wescott 43″ umbrella ― shoot through at 40-45 degrees or so to the left. 1/2 cut CTO WB adjusted in Kelvins to about 5200K or so, in that range. I like it, the hardest part was getting the exposureContinue reading “Merry Christmas folks”
Blog Update I’ve been off the grid lately, not gone, but off to the sidelines learning new tricks. Yes, an old dog can still learn a few new tricks with patient and practice. I got the lighting bug, its more like an addiction now I tell you. Before this new genre, I was mainly aContinue reading “Learning to Light”