Captured with the Lumix GF1 & processed in Capture One my default processing engine and digital asset management from now on∗
What better way to begin than just to start shooting. Well after skipping all 2015, I felt I was due for a Weekly PAD project. My last project in this type was back in 2012 and I wholeheartedly enjoyed it. My friend Wouter Brandsma is always inspiration as well.
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
Lost in Time Walking through Havana was a surreal experience. The city is filled with a certain sense of energy that is very difficult to describe. I walked and walked endlessly throughout the streets of La Havana and the colors, the contrast, the highlights, the clothing of the people, the cars, in fact just aboutContinue reading “Havana, Lost in Time”
While browsing for X100s images on Flickr (something I do sometimes while I’m in bed) and I bumped into this image from a photographer named Jonni Armani and I was instantly awe struck. “Oh my,” I told myself, if I could pull this of it will be amazing.
My name is Keith and I am a photographer. I mostly exhibit my work these days, but I enjoy shooting corporate seminars/events and shooting stock when I am in that frame of mind. I also work as a photo editor for a large photo agency.
As a storyteller I”m always looking for the best tools to make my work easier. My goal in this respect is having the right tools for my digital darkroom to have a consistent color palette in bw and color to transform my vision to that final frame.