Andy catches up with family portrait photographer, past guest and friend of the show Pieter Claerhout about how 2020/21 has unfolded for him with work, family and (of course) photography.
This week it’s talk of how to relax in the dead of January but be productive, the therapy of cleaning up to improve photo results into 2021 and beyond.
An episode of exploring the positive side of this lockdown situation as far as your photography goes, options to consider if you’re stuck in the 4 walls of home and when/if you’re allowed out for some air. LINKS Andy’s website: https://andymcsweeney.com Photo Tour Brugge: https://phototourbrugge.com Use promo code “thisphotolife” on checkout for -15% off any tour. Latest…
As a photo tour operator and commercial photographer here in Brugge since 2012… I **definitely** noticed the Coronavirus / COVID-19 situation here big time to say the least. I talk about the situation as the exclusive topic this week, even got the wife in to ask the questions so it wouldn’t get too monologue-y not…
Perhaps my best tutorial so far (I’ve got only a tiny media budget or time windows haha) and especially considering the madness of filming it during “Costumes in Bruges” where the Venetian-masked “Regards Vénitiens” performance group TAKE OVER the already-magical city of Brugge (Bruges) Belgium with simply breathtaking beauty. Started in 2015 by Discover Brugge…
Part 2 of my chat with photography educator, author, all around nice fella Mr Scott Kelby. With a heavier lean to the photo side proper, Scott opens up and shares his views on photo communities and brands (and yes a bit of gear specifically) among other topics.
A video briefly reviewing the Fujifilm 80mm 1:1 macro lens from Souvenir M. Moret on the Market Square of Brugge (Bruges) with sample images, more in depth review coming summer of 2018.
A simple & unbiased (with not just pixel peeping) review of the Fujifilm GFX 50s for people portraits under various conditions both “easy” and “otherwise”. Apologies if a sample photo or two is a bit unfinished here and there, I’ve had a brutal head cold….
Last week the City of Brugge/Bruges lost one of it’s most famous residents: Fidèle, the most photographed dog in Brugge. 🙁
My first love in photography is in fact the street/reportage/journalism end of the spectrum,