I can simply summarize all what I want to say about Mac in one of two sentences
“Food the way you have never seen it before” or “The man who made me want to give food photography a try”.
Tasteful composition and delicate lighting seems to be 2 keys for Mac’s great work, I have rarely been inspired by food pictures before but these are a different story.
Mac is a great photographer who post his photos on flickr under the pseudo of Rotten Jimmy, make sure to check his photostream for more great stuff.
Hold your horses it is not even true but rather a GROSS of a magazine. Gee ! Can you imagine the awareness level of the person who wrote this “article”.
Poor guy I really don’t want to be in his shoes, don’t stop at the picture read the text you will even discover a “Canon EXPEED engine” !!
This was intended to be a poll but honestly I wasn’t able to figure out the answers I would put so I will try it as a discussion.
I am interested to know how do you name your pictures ! I know for instance some people call a picture depending on the location it was taken at, others with a serial number etc…
I personally tend to give a unique name to each picture just like a child would do with a him favorite toy, I feel it is much more “personal”! Names I choose are usually out of my state of mind when I was shooting or post processing.
When I first picked up Seetharam as photographer of the week I was mainly attracted by his birds pictures, however I have discovered that he is also very talented in all nature and wildlife.
The beauty of Seetharam pictures talk for themselves, great craft of God’s creation.
I will invite you all to visit Seetharam website to admire more of his photos.
I am Seetharam Maddali, a freelance nature photographer. “Nature and wildlife are my passions. My interest is to express nature and it’s beauty as artistic as possible through the powerful means of photography “
This is a guest post written by Bud Kunzeli, Bud lives in Alaska and have been shooting Northen lights for years. He was kind enough to write this essay highlighting the most important aspect of Aurora Photography. Bud’s work can be viewed at http://www.pbase.com/santa
There are very few people who have more opportunity to view Northern Lights than those of us living in Central and Northern Alaska. I shoot the lights a lot. I shoot for 6 hours or more some nights. Some nights they are out 5 minutes other nights, 5 hours. Often it’s chilly.