ms-excuse-me
ms-excuse-me:

jamesforester:

It’s a sunny day!

We have shared a few images from this photographer on ‘excuse me…..’ and his tumblr has a badge that states “ often featured on ms-excuse-me”. This made me smile and here we are featuring another of his wonderful photographs! i really do love the way he works with light.
matthew



I forgive this Mr. Matthew with that thing about me and the light because he’s one of the nicest individuals I recently had the luck to get to know, but even though  I think there’s some jealousy on that comment about the badges on my blog.

ms-excuse-me:

jamesforester:

It’s a sunny day!


We have shared a few images from this photographer on ‘excuse me…..’ and his tumblr has a badge that states “ often featured on ms-excuse-me”. This made me smile and here we are featuring another of his wonderful photographs! i really do love the way he works with light.

matthew

I forgive this Mr. Matthew with that thing about me and the light because he’s one of the nicest individuals I recently had the luck to get to know, but even though I think there’s some jealousy on that comment about the badges on my blog.

Beautiful Budapest was radarized last night. This photo was taken with my first digital camera and the first time I visited this magnificent city. Shot with a Fuji f10 point&shoot and processed with the free and basic Photoscape, the only software I use. I guess this pic really proves that very nice results can be achieved with small sensors, if the conditions are right.
 l’ll be upgrading soon, cause I was also upgraded to father status and I don’t want to lose any detail of my baby and I’m anxious to see her wrapped in bokehs and blurry backgrounds - things that only large sensors and fast lens can do - but I suppose and hope that Sam Halladay  - the best example I know - will keep showing that art can be made with a point&shoot and free processing software.
Messages replied, so now just a thank you to the editors for the feature.

Beautiful Budapest was radarized last night. This photo was taken with my first digital camera and the first time I visited this magnificent city. Shot with a Fuji f10 point&shoot and processed with the free and basic Photoscape, the only software I use. I guess this pic really proves that very nice results can be achieved with small sensors, if the conditions are right.

 l’ll be upgrading soon, cause I was also upgraded to father status and I don’t want to lose any detail of my baby and I’m anxious to see her wrapped in bokehs and blurry backgrounds - things that only large sensors and fast lens can do - but I suppose and hope that Sam Halladay  - the best example I know - will keep showing that art can be made with a point&shoot and free processing software.

Messages replied, so now just a thank you to the editors for the feature.