So I had another friends wedding last week. Can not put into words just how beautiful the whole day was! Again I had the dilemma of what camera to bring, if any because I know I would still want to take a few images but also enjoy and celebrate the day with friends. In the end I took my 50mm f1.4 as I could hide it in my bag. Here are a few of my favourite images I took on the day.Congratulations Niamh and Ben I hope you are enjoying your honeymoon.
Practice makes perfect
Sometimes nothing better than picking up your camera and following the sun and seeing what you can capture. That was what I did Wednesday and to make it slightly more difficult for myself I grabbed my 16-35mm lens. Don't get me wrong when you get that perfect composition you can capture a really dramatic wide image. I wanted to get some practice as they say practice make perfect.
Last week I shared with you some images from a shoot we did with Richard Chan to help promote EziSmart. The day has finally come and EziSmart is kicking it on Kickstarter. Please check out the video I shoot for Richard. Help spread the word and support the cause. Remember EziSmart is all about making the smartphone easy and accessible to all. The Link to the project is: http://kck.st/1WKG2co Web site: www.ezicaretech.com. Check it out, donate or share. Thank you!
This week I thought I would share with you some of images I took from a recent shoot. May I introduce you to Richard Chan, inventor of Ezismart. Ezismart was created to make the smartphone accessible and easy for all. Originally Richard started designing Ezicare for his mother who was unwell. His aim was to help her use her smart phone so they could communicate more regularly. You can read more details about the product here http://gemini.no/en/2015/11/smart-help-for-phone-users/. A short video will soon be released with more details for the upcoming Kickstart page.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography