Crossharbour

Posted: February 10th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Gear, Inspirations, News, Photoshop Techniques, Projects, Sessions, Techniques, Tutorials | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Crossharbour by KRULA   When I was approached by the band Crossharbour I’d never heard about them before. They were looking for a photographer who would help them to create a cover for their CD and images for PR purposes.  As soon as we met a brainstorm started, for a few hours we had been bouncing some ideas forwards and backwards. We knew that we want to create something different, they are in the very competitive market of  Irish Music, and it is even harder for them as they are a band with its roots in  London.  So we wanted to highlight their London roots. Read the rest of this entry »


Mr X – ONE PERSON STUDIO – Real Faces of Tattoo

Posted: November 24th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Black and White Photography, Inspirations, News, ONE PERSON STUDIO, Portrait Photography, Projects, Sessions | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »
DUNCAN X
I knew when I started a “REAL FACES OF TATTOO” project, that during the process I would meet some amazing people. I also knew that most of the artists’ work would be inspiring to many. Some of us are inspired so much that we even decide to let them put ink under our skin, for life.
But I knew that not only is their work inspiring, but artists themselves are source of inspiration for many including me. I’m so glad that they let me portray them.
I’d like to share with you ‘A film directing first from Alex Nicholson, this dark short film features Duncan X, a tattooist from South London reminiscing about his life and work.’ This tattooist was one of the first artists portrayed in my project.
Here is a short clip showing credits by Jason Devine

To watch full clip and read more about this amazing work please go to:

http://www.moving-picture.com/work/mr-x

 

 

Credits to credits:

Title Director : Jason Devine
Artwork : Chris Martin, Jason Devine

 

 

 

 

 

 


Future is here!!!! 3D without glasses? No way? Way!!! :)

Posted: May 3rd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Gear, News, Techniques | Tags: , , , , | No Comments »

It doesn’t matter how it works, but it’s here, for the first time. Finally we can enjoy 3D cinema without wearing these ridiculous glasses.

Moreover, it is also a 4K TV boosting a staggering 3,840 x 2,160-pixel resolution that is four times higher than a typical full-HD model.

Amazing?

I think so, I’d love to get one of those, but we still don’t know when it is going to be available in Europe and what is more important what will be the price?

 


Do I really need a big budget? The Ice book project

Posted: July 22nd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Inspirations, News | Tags: , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Like anyone who takes photos, I love to create big projects. I thought this way my pictures would be better and my clients will like them even more. But does a lack of money have to be an obstacle to a good project?

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First Test in Poland comeback after 8 years

Posted: January 8th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Inspirations, News, Projects | No Comments »

I know it’s been ages since my last post but, it’s been a busy time for me and I didn’tt have spare minute to update my blog.

But here it is :)

The last time I had my camera in Poland was over eight years ago. Not as it  I wasn’t in Poland, but it was usually just normal holidays, visiting family, etc.

Well I decided to change it and try to take some pictures in Poland :) why not?

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Larry Clark’s exhibition in Paris is censored by City of Paris

Posted: November 21st, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Inspirations, News | No Comments »

I never wanted to comment on anything that is controversial, so I would like to be very informative with this post, so you cam have  your own opinion. I am not a censorship :) Read the rest of this entry »


It’s happend 80mpix digital back is here!!!!!!!

Posted: October 16th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Gear, News | No Comments »

It happened, first 80 mpix medium format digital back is here.

I know that retailed for almost £24000 is not in reaching distance for most of us :( but 80 mpix digital back will be available to test for photographers who will be in London on 19 Oct 2010.

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My new gadget :)

Posted: May 18th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Inspirations, News, Projects, Techniques | 1 Comment »

I started this blog choosing less evil, everybody should have a blog, they say. They say I should have a face in a book, tweet but in only on myspace. This is what has happened with this world. But I am still fightin, I still prefer to phone my friends than check what are they twitting about on their facebook account. Maybe I am one of those old school animals sentenced to extinction. Still fighting and kicking.
But true is that the world goes further and opens new opportunities in front of us. I do not want to be like my grandfathers locked in their own era. They do not know what is facebook, what is myspace and for them only birds tweet. (Sometimes I envy that).  For them the biggest thing since sliced bread is a remote controll,  that amazing thing that changes the channel.
But now we have to communicate, socialize. I think it is a way forward,  that we can see and know things we would never know. Without internet we will not be who we are now.
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Polaroid and Impossible finally communicate

Posted: May 12th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: News, Polaroid | No Comments »

Last week I started this blog with the first posts about Polaroid Instant Films and cameras. Now we can witness how two biggest Companies try to sort out in what direction should Instant Photography be going.

Polaroid: No worries we will still release new instant camera.
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Uncertain future of Polaroid and Immposible co-operation.

Posted: May 5th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: News | No Comments »

In 2009 it was announced by Polaroid that the company will start production of new camera using old Polaroid technology, this camera was Polaroid 1000.

“In 2009, Polaroid’s new owners and managers contacted Impossible to discuss possible co-operations regarding bringing analog Instant Photography back,” – says Spokesman.

But now it is 2010 and Polaroid’s announcing of new camera, rebranded Fuji Instax, Polaroid 300,  is a “surprising instant twist in communication” from Polaroid.

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