Thursday, 16 April 2009 06:20

My Take on the D700

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My photographic equipment is not spectacular by most pros or fanatics’ standards. I like flexibility, and I’ll go for the equipment that gives me that. I have nothing at all against primes, 20-kilo lenses and so on, but it just doesn’t work for my kind of photography (apart from not working with my budget!). That type of...

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062 - Beach Shop Seems like 2009 is turning out to be a really good year! First the Modernist Architecture exhibition, then the Press & PR award and now this. I received an email yesterday evening notifying me that I gained a nomination in the Fine Art category of the International Photography Masters Cup, which is one of the largest competitions of its kind...

Sunday, 07 June 2009 22:00

Ghanafest 2009

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Ghanafest is a folk music festival held annually, and this year, the organisers were kind enough to have me take a shot at it (no pun intended). When you’re under the stage with relatively static singers, while the 6-or-so cameras of the local TV station keep yelling to get out of the way, its not straight forward to produce something interesting. However, if the organisers...

Wednesday, 08 July 2009 09:03

Masters of Dirt (2009)

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This series of photographs was taken during the local production of the Masters of Dirt event, which features mainly freestyle motorcross. It is however set up as a very elaborate and entertaining show, featuring, amongst others, pyrotechnics and the ever-popular “fire girls”.

The event was highly interesting, and also a challenge to...

Monday, 27 July 2009 09:33

The Malta Jazz Festival 2009

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Seems like lately I’ve been doing quite a few events. It is summer after all, and it is a great way to spend an evening. This time I’ve managed to squeeze myself into the Malta Jazz Festival, which after a few years went back to its original location and more importantly, its original format. Unfortunately I was only able to attend one of the evenings, however here are some photos from the great Cuban band Maracas, who managed to get everyone dancing in the end!