Category Archives: Learning

A sign points directions in a forest in northern Sweden, September 2005

Projects in the pipeline

I’ve been at bit busy recently working on a few exciting projects that I want to talk about. Unfortunately they have kept me away from creating anything new for the blog but you might see a couple of them here

A sign points directions in a forest in northern Sweden, September 2005

Projects in the pipeline

I’ve been at bit busy recently working on a few exciting projects that I want to talk about. Unfortunately they have kept me away from creating anything new for the blog but you might see a couple of them here

Nodding Bear Cinemagraph

Cinemagraph

I was surfing the web recently and I found a link on a portfolio site to cinemagraphs. I have to admit that I didn’t know what one was. After noticing a subtle, minor repeating movement in the otherwise still images

Nodding Bear Cinemagraph

Cinemagraph

I was surfing the web recently and I found a link on a portfolio site to cinemagraphs. I have to admit that I didn’t know what one was. After noticing a subtle, minor repeating movement in the otherwise still images

Time-lapse Test

This week I finally got around to trying out some time-lapse photography. After a bit of reading up on the subject, I realised it’s not as easy as setting your camera on interval and hoping for some good results. The

Time-lapse Test

This week I finally got around to trying out some time-lapse photography. After a bit of reading up on the subject, I realised it’s not as easy as setting your camera on interval and hoping for some good results. The

Introduction to gig photography

I wonder if this course at The Esplanade by Aloysius Lim offers any tips on what to do when a can of lager kicked into the crowd lands all over the photographers in the pit instead.

Introduction to gig photography

I wonder if this course at The Esplanade by Aloysius Lim offers any tips on what to do when a can of lager kicked into the crowd lands all over the photographers in the pit instead.