The last (and first) time I went to New Zealand I didn’t really get to see anything beyond Auckland, so when I had to go there recently for work I decided I would leave Auckland for the week-end. After some hesitation, I decided to head out to the Coromandel Peninsula, a reputedly beautiful place within [...]
Bruce Cox is the drummer of Fred Wesley’s new JBs, and he seeps funk through every pore…
Playing around with the tuk-tuk mirror of my Delhi driver.
Gilles Coquard is a wonderful jazz bassist who toured with Sébastien Charlier on the Precious Time tour. This was shot with a Lensbaby, hence the soft look, but I think it works well.
A macro shot of a piano’s hammers.
Monophonics is one of the best soulf/funk bands I’ve discovered in these last few years. This shot is a fond memory of the first time I saw them live on New Orleans’ Frenchmen Street. This is Alex Baky, their sax player.
Earlier this month I published a « how to » article on the X-Equals blog detailing my process for black & white concert shoots. In particular, I focus on the post-processing in Lightroom using XeL B&W. It’s entitled Embracing the Shadows, you can find it here, and the images features are Thomas in the Shadows and Trumpeter [...]
Pete Shand, bassist of the New Mastersounds, bathed in the most gorgeous purple light.
The shot that ultimately got me into collecting and shooting old camera gear.
One of those lucky shots when the light hits your subject perfectly despite a looming storm…