Posts tagged with Nikon

  1. Gut and some luck: Ras ir- Raħeb

    2017-12-10 20:43:41 UTC

    Ras ir- Raħeb This photo is a classic tale of scrapping plans and trusting your gut. The original idea was to trek down to the elusive Il- Blata tal- Melħ from Il- Qlejgħa tal- Baħrija. I had come close to the islet many times. However, I never felt comfortable jumping…

  2. Editorial-inspired shoot for Ritienne Zammit

    2017-01-09 15:46:00 UTC

    This shoot was somewhat a bit of a follow-up to what I had done with Antonio Privitera. In both shoots, the clothes were supplied by Ritienne Zammit. But while with Antonio, it was pretty much my vision, this time round, it was Ritienne pulling the strings The moment…

  3. Of Naturism and Ghajn Tuffieha

    2016-11-05 11:35:00 UTC

    The lesser-seen side of Ghajn Tuffieha - Karl Sciberras Swamped with locals and tourists the stunning Ghajn Tuffieha beach becomes one of Malta’s busiest locations in summer. What most people, especially tourists, don’t know about this place, is that there is an equally stunning beach tucked behind Il- Karraba plateau.…

  4. Shooting long exposures in broad daylight - Laferla Cross

    2016-10-05 12:45:00 UTC

    Malta frequently tops the list as the sunniest country in the European Union. This means we get a lot of harsh sun and little clouds. Hardly the right conditions for a moody long-exposure.  What we do get, though, is a lot of wind. And when we do get the occasional…

  5. 3 Maltese take on Barcelona - A photo story

    2016-08-31 15:22:49 UTC

    I hold Barcelona accountable for giving me itchy feet. There is so much to do that a minute waited feels like a minute wasted. We barely spent ten minutes settling down in our apartment before heading out again. And immediately we found ourselves staring at this impressive facade Cases Ramos…

  6. Magnificent Montserrat - A photo story

    2016-08-31 15:22:00 UTC

    It’s not that often that I visit a place which blows me right away with its beauty. But my God! Perched high in the mountain’s cliff face, Montserrat is a photographer’s heaven As you meander your way up to the Monastery, you cannot help but feel dwarfed by the imposing…

  7. Travel photography in Barcelona: La Rambla, Gothic Quarter, Waterfront and Placa Lesseps

    2016-08-31 15:21:00 UTC

    It’s not often that you feel right at home after stepping in a new city. But that is exactly what I felt in Barcelona. Maybe it was the laid-back atmosphere. Or maybe it was the friendly locals… I can’t say exactly what it was. But I would like to share…

  8. What was in my camera bag for Barcelona?

    2016-08-20 09:52:00 UTC

    Round about the first week of July, my friends and I booked our plane tickets for Barcelona. Needless to say, we were all excited. But that was just the start. We had a whole list of planning to do, and for a photography fanatic like me, that also meant planning…

  9. Half planned, half improvised - In the studio with Mau

    2016-07-12 18:16:00 UTC

    Model: Mau Nedkov from Noticed Models Management  I’m tempted to say this shoot happened by chance. But that would only be a half-truth. See, originally we had planned two shoots at one go for DARE magazine.  But for the double-exposure shot (photo below), which I will soon share how it…

  10. The First Step

    2016-06-21 22:08:00 UTC

    First of all, I would like to welcome you to my website. I’m looking forward to developing this space and make it both a useful resource for photography enthusiasts, as well as give me the space to share my work and express my views ( Don’t worry, I don’t do…

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