Hey guys, thanks for all the recent support, it means a lot to me and I appreciate it!
If any of you are after new gear and maybe want an unbiased opinion, head on over to my website www.louisotto.com and check out the blog. I've started adding reviews for the gear that I own and I hope it'll come in handy for you, or indeed if you have a friend or someone who's after a decent review, let them know! I'm doing this to help everyone out :)
Also, feature time! :D
First person to give me a genuinely funny reason for featuring their work gets a week on my front page!
"One day, Price, you will find that cuts both ways..." - Makarov, Modern Warfare 2 (2009)
On the one hand, technology allows previously "impossible" levels to be reached. For example, my camera, the quite astonishing Nikon D3S allows me to shoot at a whopping ISO 102,400! Let's go back 3 years, if anyone suggested ISO 1600 they'd be called ludicrous because the noise would ruin the image. Nowadays, I can shoot ISO 4000 without any noise problems...
Software has changed too. Aperture 3 allows me to one-click publish photos to share with the world, allows me to edit in ways never before done, and without a degree in Photoshop!
You could argu
So I was asked: "If you could photograph any one person, alive or dead, in one photoshoot; who would it be?"
Of course my answer was Marilyn Monroe
So let me pose that question to you guys, I'd love to know who you'd photograph.
For the graphic artists, lets say you could sketch the said person, paint them, or similar :)
Cheers as always!