Our photographer of the week is Claire Wroe, she was born in Yorkshire but now lives in Manchester.
She has a job that involves numbers and looking at spreadsheets every day; so she uses photography to bring out her artistic side.
Claire likes photographing bright colours, shapes, patterns, repeats, architecture and small details. She is currently using a Canon Eos 400D for her ‘proper’ shots but carries around a Canon Powershot SX220 most weekends when she is out hiking.
It is my pleasure to be featuring her as photographer of the week, among “the professionals” – if you liked her photography like I did, you can check out her flickr stream
I leave you to enjoy 10 of her selected pictures
Our photographer of the week is Dave Wilson, he was brought up in Scotland but moved to the USA about 18 years ago and he is now based in the Texas Hill Country near Austin.
His photography tends towards minimalism and the use extensive digital processing, whether that be for HDR processing or creative post-processing.
Dave’s favorite subjects are architecture and abstracts but he also enjoys macro and landscape photography. He is completely addicted to ultra-wide and fisheye lenses.
He is also a current editor at HDRSpotting.com and a co-host of the popular PhotoNetCast photography podcast.
Our photographer of the week is Cristobal Garaciaferro Rubio, an architect by profession and a lover of the beautiful and well done.
Cristobal finds it a wonderful achievement to put his talent and commitment in the pictures that he does, He puts all of his heart into each and every one of them.
Here are 10 selected pictures of his work, mostly on “Volcano” theme – you can view his full portfolio on 500px for a bigger selection.
Initially I was going to simply ask you “How do you archive your pictures” on facebook and google+ then I thought that maybe it would be better to give some insight on the workflow I follow myself since it might help the discussion.
As of today, I am sitting on a little bit more than 100k pictures and a bit more less than 1 terabytes of data, 85%+ out of which are photography related: Original pictures, Retouched Versions, layered edits etc… and there have very high value to me. I could easily imagine myself loosing, stolen/corruption/failure, the hardware but not any of my data.
With the announcements of the Canon EOS 6D and the Nikon D600 , the Canon EOS 5D Mark II hit a sub $2000 price at amazon making it the most affordable dSLR in the market today and it is not exactly “entry level”.
I have had mine for more than 3 years and it still gives me everything I need. To be totally frank the Auto Focus of the
Canon EOS 5D Mark III is really attractive but I am more than happy with my Canon 5D II.