You’re too good to be true – are you there?
Obvoiusly I love my girl friend – just look at mi amor this wonderful chocolatina. But there are several other options: My parents hate my girlfriend I hate my ex girlfriend My friends hate my girlfriend My girlfriend hates my friends My girlfriend hates me My friend has a girlfriend and he hates that I …
This fly macro photo shows visitor to my house. Feel free to use it a fly wallpaper.
White Lillies are some of the most interesting flowers to photograph. So pure and innocent with a downright elegant shape.
The image shows Arianna V. in Brockwell Park, London. The sky is underexposed and Arianna is lit by a flash.
It’s waiting in the dark. You can’t have it all, the increased macro magnification comes at the expense of depth-of-field – but you can play with it.
These rain kissed leaves are in my back garden. The picture looks kind of fresh, doesn’t it? Two external flashes applied.
Macro flower photography is good fun – I can’t give you many tips but that’s how to shoot: [unordered_list style=”bullet”] Macro lens (I am using a canon body with a sigma lense, not cheap) Be steady Use the self timer or a shutter cable release Close up A flash (if possible an external one or …
Plenty of pictures / images of sunflowers in the internet. This is one of them.
Taken from the magnificent seven cemeteries series – the seven famous Victorian cemeteries in London.
A cool new extension from Adobe is the Pixel Bender. This image is edited with the oil painting setting. You need Photoshop CS5 for it – download it here. Waste your time with it! The picture was taken at Borough Market in London, UK using a single off-camera flash.
Taken with one flash and a mask from a one pound shop. The skeleton man is actually my pretty girl-friend.
Taken in one the magnificent seven London cemeteries: West Norwood Cemetery (one flash).
A little improvised fashion shot in my living room.