Britsoc Photo Lesson

Britsoc Photo Lesson #13 – Work with diagonals to create striking pictures

BritPhotShot of the Month There is an abundance of beauty in Amsterdam but using it as a photographer to create striking images with people can be a challenge. Couple of tips here from this recent Walkabout I did in town. As we were walking around I noticed this line of olde worlde shop signs and…

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Wedding Photographer Amsterdam

Britsoc Photo Lesson #7 – On a wedding day, the story is everywhere

Technical details; Nikon D700. AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm, f/6.3, ISO 500 @ 1/125s This shot is typical of my photo-journalistic style for weddings and the lesson is a simple one; a good wedding photographer understands that on your wedding day the story can be found anywhere and everywhere. Sure, the focus is on the bride (especially)…

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Amsterdam event photography

Britsoc Photo Lesson #6 – Absorb your surroundings to construct your shot

 Technical details; Nikon D700. AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm, f/3.2, ISO 3200 @ 1/25th s “St.Paul at the Rijksmuseum” Rembrandt’s masterful self-portrait “Self-portrait as the Apostle Paul” which hangs in the Honor gallery in the Rijksmuseum, became the focus of this shot, which I took during the Pritzker Architecture Prize Dinner over the summer … an event…

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