If you got it, flute it…


This image shows a musician’s intensity, despite her youth. Shot with available light in a school hall, the shadows show noise but the image is still sharp and looks great, despite the High ISO. This shot would have been almost impossible to capture in the film days, for image stabilization has prevented camera shake despiteContinue reading “If you got it, flute it…”

Louvre pano…


This is actually three images, stitched together in PhotoShop CS4. I simply stood on some steps with the Louvre’s glass pyramid entry in front of me and captured three images, handheld using my Olympus EP-1 and 17mm lens. Although the images were captured using auto focus and auto exposure, that’s because I’m a lazy, andContinue reading “Louvre pano…”

Vibrant flowers…


I’ve lay on the ground with a long focal length and shot this group of flowers a from low angle. The sun is to the front and right, punching through the petals. Exposure is as metered, although mid-tone levels were adjusted in post.Olympus EP-1, 40-150 @ 150mm (35mm effective 300mm), 1/250s @ f/10. ISO 100.Continue reading “Vibrant flowers…”

Curve, warmth and texture


In this shot I’ve tweaked the yellow to give the shot a very warm, almost sunset feel. The letterbox crop means many won’t identify it immediately with the Sydney Opera House, just wonderful curves, textures and tones. Shot with an Olympus EP-1, AV, 17mm f/2.8 @f/4.5, ISO 200, underexposed 2/3-stop from internal meter.