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Last week Friday I packed my gear and headed off to Hillcrest Quarry in Durbanville to go shoot Taxi Violence opening for Kongos at One Night In Cape Town.
It's always great shooting a Taxi Violence gig. The guys put up an incredible show.
Anyway. Here are some pics from Taxi Violence backstage and during their stellar performance.
While browsing through the archives, I came across a portrait session I had with Adin a few years back, a former barista at Truth Coffee. I've come to hate the over processed look my old images have and decided to see what they look like when I retouched them again.
My style of retouching has changed quite a bit over the years. Where I used to favour the over processed look, I now favour the opposite. And while I'm all for keeping an image the way it is. I'm not for bad retouching. I guess this is how we learn.
Anyway... Here are the two reprocessed images.
And here are the original retouched versions from a few years ago.
First blog post on The Image Engineer and it's featuring a new video I shot for Richard Brokensha. Click for more!Read More