Tiring but very rewarding… a whole day in the company of Chen and Li. Together we travelled along the coast of Malta, from Isla to Mdina, Dingli and Ghar lapsi, so as to have our photoshoot included a wide variety of topics and locations. This couple rocked the shootout, being such a joyful couple and very available to experiment and try my crazy ideas!
What happens when an a photographer gets wot work with an adventurous, enthusiastic and art loving couple? Below are the images we took in two very different locations - first at the Palazzo de Piro in Mdina and then in Buskett.
A sparkling and relaxed couple (Steve and Hayley) from Hong Kong joined me on an afternoon walk around in our capital city - Valletta. We strolled through the streets, through the less known areas of Valletta and also to the places which ‘buzz’ with the cultural heritage left by our ancestors.
Ricky has been living in Malta for the last two years… and before he departs with his family to other pastures he wanted to do photoshoot with all his family … Where better to shoot then at our capital city - Valletta?
I am not one who usually photographs family memories, however when clients ask for one as they like my photographic style, then I am more then willing to accept. And I am glad I did, as this shootout turned out to be possibly better then I expected.
I only had one day and a half to visit this beautiful city of Tallinn. The City hall, the two main squares, the various churches and the medieval walls create a time travel like experience. Since I was travelling for non-photographic work related purposes, I had to travel light and only used my RX1R ii.
Sometimes words cannot adequately express an interior movement, a mystery or a feeling. This pilgrimage in the holy land falls under such a category. Although I did have some time to practice photography, the main intent of this trip was spiritual and experiential. I hope this images can help you find yourself in a mystery, greater then yourself.
Venice is one of my favorite places in Europe, and that is probably why I always find myself returning to this place. Culture, sea and tourism meet in this unique location. Although this trip was documented, my intention for the week I was there was to just detach myself from all work and enjoy the moment. This trip also contained some day excursions to Bologna, Vicenza and Garda. Enjoy...
I have just arrived from a work trip in Madrid, and I did have some spare time to roam around and explore the main streets of Madrid. As they say, I enjoyed getting lost in the streets of Madrid which provided a good opportunity for street photography. May the below shots inspire you to continue to follow your dreams... :)
For the photographer's interview series, today I wanted to introduce to you a fellow and very friendly photographer - Therese Debono. I am sure you will find her replies below really interesting and motivating as I have found them. Her views are very much inline with my idea of photography.
For 2017, the Society of Christian Doctrine (Museum) decided to focus on the life of Ewgenju Borg. I was deeply involved in the photography for this calendar, which has a distribution of 25,000 copies!
In this blog post I share with you some tips, which are useful for both the photographer and the bride-to-be, on how to make the bride look even more beautiful and charming on here best day of her life! Everyone wants to look awesome... especially on the day which will be remembered for long.
A growing number of foreigners are discovering Malta as a great wedding destination to get married. Malta hosts a number of unbelievable combinations: a lovely Mediterranean weather, beautiful medieval towns, historic churches, idyllic beaches and exceptional wedding locations for all budgets, make Malta ta special wedding location. Apart from this Malta is quiet, romantic and peaceful.
To celebrate your most important date, that is your wedding day, not only will you need a great malta wedding photographer which you find friendly and at ease with, but you also need good food and a great location. I will here right on what to look for when searching for your wedding reception venue, which most probably is one of the first things which you will start looking for.
It may seem that wedding photography is simple... one might think that a photographer just needs to click down the button of his camera and voila.... thats about it. However to accept responsibility for a major event such as a wedding, a photographer should have not only great experience with photography and his cameras in general (together with the necessary understanding of poses, light and locations) but also an understanding of the wedding occasion.
The wedding is a moment that comes only once in our lifetime and therefore not only should you take care in choosing the correct wedding photographer, but also ensure that the photographer knows what you want from him.
This article has the intention of helping you choose the best person who will do the proper job as a wedding photography in Malta. Sometimes it is absolutely not easy to search for the best wedding photographer in Malta, both because there a re a significant number of photographers and also because all the various styles that they have.