Meet a photographer: Nick Haigh

Nick Haigh in a shutter click  Main camera: Canon 5D MkII. Main lens: Canon 17-40mm L & 85mm. Post-processing software: Photoshop CS3. Favorite lighting: Canon Speedlite with Softbox. Favorite time to make photographs: Night Continue Reading →

Meet a photographer: Simon Garnier

Simon Garnier in a shutter click  Main camera: Panasonic Lumix GF1. Main lens: Panasonic Lumix G 20mm F/1.7 ASPH  “Pancake”. Post-processing software: Adobe Lightroom. Favorite lighting: Natural lighting, no flash. I try to avoid Continue Reading →

Meet a photographer: Orlando Uy

Orlando Uy in a shutter click Main camera: Canon EOS 450D. Main lens: Canon EF-S 17-55 f/2.8 Post-processing software: Adobe Lightroom. Favorite lighting: Natural light referably during mid-morning. Favorite time to Continue Reading →

Going live on Mix FM

Dear Friends, I will be interviewed live tonight, 21 April 2011 between 7 & 8 PM on The Comedy Revolution show hosted by Nemr Abou Nassar on Mix FM. The Continue Reading →

Rita Kamel on Oyoun Beirut – April 4, 2011

Meet a photographer: Betty Ketchedjian

Betty Ketchedjian in a shutter click Main camera: Canon 5D mark II , which I recently got. Before, my main camera was Canon 450D. Main lens: Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 lens, though Continue Reading →

Going live on Oyoun Beirut

Dear Friends, I will be interviewed live on Monday, 4 April 2011 at 3:10 PM on Oyoun Beirut program – Al Yawm channel (Part of OSN Network). The talk will Continue Reading →

Meet a photographer: Eric Kim

Eric Kim in a shutter click Main camera: Canon 5D. Main lens: Canon 35mm f/2 Post-processing software: Adobe Photoshop CS5, Silver Efex Pro, Lightroom 3. Favorite lighting: Golden Hour (before Continue Reading →

Meet a photographer: Juergen Buergin

Juergen Buergin in a shutter click Main camera: Sony α55. Main lens: My favourite lens doesn’t really exist. It would be a prime lens, very very small, of high quality, 20 Continue Reading →

Meet a photographer: Simon Wallerstedt

Simon Wallerstedt in a shutter click Main camera: Nikon D90. Main lens: Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 D (although I’ve found that I want something wider on the crop sensor). Post-processing software: Continue Reading →