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Lanthus Clark
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Food Photography, with whatever camera you happen to have on hand...
I originally (many years ago) trained as a chef in South Africa and I was quite good at it (if I say so myself) but circumstance and providence led me along other paths for many years. However a couple of years ago I received a good offer and took up a posi...

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Combining Blogs
I have several blogs spanning various diverse interests that I have and instead of trying to keep track of them all and the various challenges that presents I will simply be combining all of them into one blog... well good luck to me as to how that will wor...

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Wedding shoot in France
I had the opportunity to shoot a garden wedding in France and the couple were wonderful!

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Blues Harmonica
Just another quick harmonica pic to get the musical and photographic juices flowing at the same time.

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Nik Collection is now free!
The Nik suite of photo tools that used to cost a load of money has now been released for free download by Google. You can get it here: https://www.google.com/nikcollection/ While this is great news in the short term I am not sure what this means for this ex...

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Newcastle Brown Ale - Photographed in Mixed Light
Popped down to the local liquor store in town today to fill up on wine and other essentials and was pleasantly surprised to see that they had a healthy, but expensive, stock of Newcastle Brown Ale. Best beer ever! Of course once I got home I was compelled t...

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Harmonica and Guitar
Combining my love of photography and music by photographing my Yamaha guitar with my latest addition, a Hohner Crossover harmonica. Two quality sounding instruments that do not fulfill their true potential by virtue of my enthusiastic efforts combined with ...

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Geisha with Fan
Same lighting as the previous post.

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Warrior Geisha
I got to photograph a geisha for an assignment yesterday that involved props and a lot of makeup. The lighting was simple enough. Main light is a Nikon SB910 from camera right and about two feet higher than the model's head at 1/1.7th power bounced into a b...

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Olympus Trip 35 Advert with David Bailey

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