Jeg har den sidste tid fået nogle sign-ups på denne blog, men jeg opdaterer den ikke længere. Beklager.
I stedet kan i finde mig på Facebook på: http://www.elgaardfoto.dk/facebook eller på selve hjemmesiden: http://www.elgaardfoto.dk, der er fyldt med billeder, fra faktisk løste kundeopgaver. Du kan se både mine reklamebilleder, og mit bryllupsfotografi.
Tak for interessen. Jeg håber, i vil kigge med på de andre sites.
Now my new site is up for testing and commenting. Actually it happended last night, but thats details. I changed quite a bit from the original layout, so theres still a lot of graphical adjusting to make for me. So consider it a Beta Version. All this really means is that this is the last post here. So quick! Bookmark Http://elgaardfoto.dk
Any comments or advices are welcome!
D3X – 85mm – f/2 – 1/200s
So my dad went to the hospital. It was a quick, pain- and problemfree surgery (Ablation), and he was sent home the day after and is up and running almost 100% again.
He’s following my adventures into microstock closely and has been my model several times already. Offcourse he wants me to be successful, and asked if I wouldn’t like to shoot some frames of him in the hospital bed. I found the idea a bit wrong at first, but it grew on me and I actually ended up wanting those shots really bad. The lighting is pure daylight. It wasn’t easy at all!
Iso 200 – 85mm – f/1.4 – 1/50s
Iso 250 – 24-70 – f/2.8 – 1/15s
Tonight I’m having a mini-workshop in my photoclub. We are going to talk about raw conversion and I’ll be giving a short demo or intro to Capture One, as thats the program I use for my files. Because of this I took contact to Phase One and they diverted me to Goecker, as they are the reseller here in Denmark. They were interested in all this and gave me a little “thing” for the club members. I bet we’ll have a fun evening and I hope I’ll be able to answer as many questions as possible.
I made this extra page, here on my blog, that I want to give some extra attention. Its both in english and danish.
I could always use some more models. New faces. New smiles. Its as simple as that. Check it out and give me a yell if you think its you. Don’t be shy.
“Commitment is doing the things you said you would do, long after the mood you said it in, has left you.”
Sometime in my past I picked that line up. Every now and then I have to remind me of it, and everytime it strikes me how true it is. Commitment is a word often used. Misused too. Its so easy to say: “I am comitted!” and mean it in the moment. But commitment is not about moments. Its about the long haul. Staying in the game. Sustainability. Hanging in there. Following through. The word is taken too light in many occasions. Think about it when giving, or receiving, a commitment.