Holland-based Japanese choreographer / dancer Kenzo Kusuda reveals the poetry of the dancing body. Kusuda takes the audience to a world filled with imagination. His work is possessed of a mystic beauty that lies beyond the
perception of our physical senses. Simply with the body's movement on an almost empty stage, he is able to reveal that which is the invisible.
I enjoyed much of the performance at CAMERA Japan Festival not only that I was Lucky enough to be a part of the performance too!
Photo gallery KUSUDA performance at CAMERA Japan Festival Click here.
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Oldskool jam session with local bands!
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The legendary AF DC-Nikkor 135mm f/2D.
Few know about this lens, let alone what it does. Many ... many people has dismissed this lens to be a novelty lens and it is designed for soft focussing - I say they truly do not know what they are talking about - Only the true connaissaur will appreciate this lens which is still in production the 1995 model till now.
So what does this lens do?
This lens gives you the ability to control your bokeh front or behind the subject - keeping the aperture at your preference! Thus, you are truly controlling the bokeh and not controlling the bokeh through the aperture. This unique feature can only be found in the 105 f2 DC and the 135 f2 DC - No other brands can match this or have an equivalent to this lens. In addition to this unique feature, the 135 f2 DC is a razor sharp lens from wide open to stop down all the way! The focus plane is so thin that the tiniest movement will cause motion blur.
An unforgiving lens, yes - but when you know how to operate this lens - you know that this lens has earned his rights and is deserved to be in the hall of fame as the epic AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED.
More information about this lens and how was created click here.
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Rock Festa photo impression featuring: Monkstone, Automatic Sam, and The Jacks ~epic trois~
Miyako Studio Public Gallery
Groene Engel photo book
Who needs the sun to wear your sunglasses! Come and join us, Miyako Studio will be covering this event Live from the Groene Engel and without further ado the Groene Engel proudly presents for this rock festa starting from 8:30pm:
So come and join us! And we will rock your world!
For more information and tickets click here.
IPTC - International Press Telecommunications Council
Thank god for this easy to use piece of software. It allows you to manage, save, and load the IPTC files to your camera. Although the IPTC information is not elaborate when you attach the IPTC data from your PC, but beats the hell out of it when you have to click through each character, right?
Download click link below.
Information about this council click here.
After a night of heavy grooves and funk music, we are happy to present you a small photo impression of the "WE LOVE THE FUNK" night.
Photo impression: Click here.
So I guess we will catch you next time?
Will you be joining us on this epic ROCK fest on the 20th of september? The Groene Engel will be serving you three rock bands on a silver platter!
THE JACKS ~epic trois~
So put on your shades and ROCK ON!
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Ever ponder what lenses to bring with you on a concert shoot? Well, I thought it would be nice to share you my take on a concert shoot in about what lenses to bring.
Of course it depends on what your assignment is but this is what I usually bring with me on a concert shoot. First and foremost good ear plugs! I cannot stress enough that it is very important to protect your hearing from the loud music or even loud fans (in some cases lol). Now let's see my take on lenses I bring along.
14-24 f2.8 or 24-70 f2.8
It is not uncommon that you only have a short period of time around 2-3 songs to do the assignment in the shooters pit, elbowing other photographers. Hence I usually bring along a 300 f2.8 - because when my time is up in the pit I can continue to work from a distance - in headhunting for fans and the band playing. Further more depending on the stage or pit area I bring along a 14-24 f2.8 or the 24-70 f2.8 - but keep in mind that the 14-24 f2.8 is a specialty lens! Thus, if I know that there would be a band playing, I would lug my 14-24 f2.8 otherwise I will bring my 24-70 f2.8 for wide shots. My work horse would be the 70-200 f2.8 - enabling me to make tight headshots capturing the emotions of the artist.
If I have the luxury to shoot the whole concert without any restrictions, I would only bring my 24-70 f2.8 and my 70-200 f2.8. That would cover most of the shots I usually make.
All in all planning and preparation is crucial here, make a plan before you shoot the concert, watch the band music videos, how they move, for solo moments, how many shots you need, what type of shots you need, workflow. Then you should be able change accordingly and have a Zen moment in a highly stressed environment. What rest for me to say is keep on shooting
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WE LOVE THE FUNK!
Hope y'all in for some oldskool funky music!
Groene Engel (Oss) -
presents a triple funk, heavy grooves programme featuring:
Texus Ranger Timmietex
Miyako Studio will also be joining this oldskool party, and invites you to come and join us on the 14th of september funky night!
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