2 years, 7 months.
That's how long it has been since I posted here. There may have been a few forum posts or comments on others works though. But not much activity by me. No journals, no new photos (on dA anyway).
Life has been quite busy though. I've paid more attention to my other hobbies and interests, programming for instance :) Lot has happened since then. Lots and lots.
And now I'm headed off to London for my big OE (thats Overseas Experience http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overseas_experience' for those not familiar with the kiwi term). While still programming, I hope to pick up my camera and tripod again so I can get back to some crea
Almost 10000 page views in just over a 1.5 years :D Awesome :party: Perfect timing for me to put up my long awaited deviation of the Suicide Bridge thanks to tymkowski (https://www.deviantart.com/tymkowski)
Might be starting a traditional photography course next week. Will need to buy an SLR camera though. So it depends on my finances. Life has been extremely strange over the past few months. Seems like I've learn a life time's worth of lessons in just a few months.
Busy busy busy....work is fun. Uni sucks as usual :p
Live #Photography Tutorial: Lighting
After a bit of a hiatus, #Photography is proud to bring you our next live tutorial session with Adoniram (https://www.deviantart.com/adoniram)!
This is a subject we have been asked to cover the most, so we're bowing to public pressure ;)
Adoniram (https://www.deviantart.com/adoniram) is a master of lighting as anyone who visits his gallery will quickly see. He has worked for companies such as the Boston Beers Company and Wild Turkey Bourbon. His photos have been published in magazines such as Food and Wine, Maxim Magazine, and Stuff Magazine among others.
Adoniram (https://www.deviantart.com/adoniram) will be covering:
:bulletblue: Basic lighting techniques
:bulletblue: Understanding ligh