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Using The OM SYSTEM Cameras For Automotive Photography

I have used many camera systems over the years, for various aspects of my work, including food, automotive, property and products etc.. Starting with film cameras such as Fujica, Contax and Nikon, before stubbing a tentative toe into the realm of digital cameras. The impact of digital on the commercial photography world still holds surprises, which I expect to continue with the launch of the

Using The OM SYSTEM Cameras For Automotive Photography2022-03-17T14:39:13+00:00

Overhead Food Photography

I’ve had an interesting conundrum of late, with an increasing trend for overhead food photography. Food photography is a particular passion of mine. And no, I don’t eat what I photograph, otherwise I’d be known as the fat photographer!

Overhead Food Photography2022-02-12T20:12:55+00:00

Review – Olympus FL-900R

This review basically came about after a number of conversations I’ve had regarding my “run n gun” setup, which to date, was a Metz 64 AF-1. My original reason for choosing the Metz was the ability to use an external battery pack for reduced recycling times, whereas the current Olympus lineup have no external power option. It kinda came to a head when I did

Review – Olympus FL-900R2020-10-19T17:22:09+01:00

Black and Light

As a commercial photographer, I often find I’m switching backgrounds at a fair rate of knots. White, black and grey being the usual suspects. Not really an issue with most things, but anything that needs to be wall mounted is definitely a challenge.

Black and Light2020-10-19T17:22:33+01:00

Unlocking Olympus

  This is a departure from my usual posts, as it’s not a lighting tutorial or a review of a piece of equipment. It is, however, of use to every Olympus shooter.

Unlocking Olympus2020-10-19T17:22:34+01:00

Appealing High Resolution Product Images

In a previous post, I discussed the problems of triggering studio flash when using the E-M1 mkII in HiRes mode, and the fact the Elinchrom HS trigger actually worked fine. This image is part of the high resolution portfolio for a client, and the reason I needed to find a solution to the issue of non firing studio heads.

Appealing High Resolution Product Images2020-10-19T17:22:34+01:00
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