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Mountains of Kyushu from my flight into Oita

Last week I went down to Kunisaki, flying into the nearby airport of Oita. I'd taken a few shots on the flight down from Tokyo with the Hasselblad H4D-40 and 80mm lens. It…

Hasselblad workshop in Meijimura: the magazine with all the shots

Latest edition of my online magazine is up now featuring shots from the recent Hasselblad Discovery workshop we did in the architectural heritage park at Meijimura, Aichi-ken, Japan. Superb work from al involved….

An Introduction to Split-Toning in Photoshop

Now I have figured out how easy it is to combine Quick Time and my Zoom H4N audio recorder, I've made a first little video about my post-processing techniques.  This one, at the…

Shooting with a digital back on the Hasselblad 500CM

Digital back on film Hasselblad: shooting with the CFV-16

Over the last few days I have had the chance to try out the older Hasselblad CFV16 digital back on a 500CM film body. The CFV16 is pretty much the only digital back that…

Digital back on film Hasselblad: shooting with the CFV-16

Over the last few days I have had the chance to try out the older Hasselblad CFV16 digital back on a 500CM film body.  Full article and many more photos at the link…

Samurai master, Tanaka Fumon: photoshoot for AMG Magazine, 2014

As the magazine finally nears publication, I can start to share a few f the shots that didn’t make it. Last year I organised a five-day shoot for Mercedes-AMG Magazine, based around the…

Fashion photography in Japan with Hasselblad: Mari by the roadside

One more from last week's shoot with Mari Hirao out on the Boso Peninsula in Chiba, Japan. Great little spot we found by the side of the road down to Cape Futtsu. Loved…

Long exposures with Hasselblad H4D-40: Todai-ji Shrine, Kyoto, Japan

This was shot a month or two ago, art of a feature I was shooting in Kyoto for Travel and Leisure Magazine. This shot didn't make the cut for the magazine but is…

Unicorns DO exist: interesting loud formation, Izu, Japan

I was out  driving and shooting all day yesterday, doing a photo tour for someone on the Japan leg of their round-the-world trip. We headed off to one of my favourite parts of…

Flower girl: natural shot of Mari from our shoot last Monday

Driving along towards our last location by the beach, we passed this cute bit of roadside… flowers, rice field in the background. I am at my happiest when I am driving around some…

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