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I was lucky enough to be featured on the Bron Imaging Blog (formerly Broncolor) recently regarding my visit to Ethiopia this last March into April.
You can find the link here and more images can be found at the link to my Flickr set at the end of the Blog post:
Here are two additional snaps that were taken later when I was out of the Omo:
Very Impressive! I'm a long-term Broncolor User, myself. All my studio stobes are Broncolor. None finer.
Great work William.
Thanks Nok48 and DrG.
Yeah, I was amazed by the toughness of the Bron kit. I watched my Pelican-like case bounce around the back of the 4x4 for hours on end over really, really tough roads. The strobe fired every time I plugged in.
wow nice work
Outstanding, enviable work...
Beautiful work. Do you do any post production work on your photos?
Do you love your M9?
Fantastic work. Those are great portraits. They really capture the people and there feelings.
The photoshop treatment is too much over the top for my taste.
Thanks jm, yes I love the M9
Thank you cj.
Thanks for the critique starless.
I think they're very nice, especially that first shot of the boy with the flowers on his head, but I told you that on Flickr already.
The processing on some can be a bit on the edge of what seems natural, for example the second photo here, his face kind of gets lost in the high contrast of the rest of the shot.
Renszu thanks man. I really agree with you about the second shot. I work with Layer Masks all the time so that should be no problem addressing. Thanks again!
Wonderful work! I particularly liked the one of the kids jumping into the river, caught in mid-air. That one stopped me in my tracks.
Lovely! I added you on flickr ... thanks for sharing
thanks Chandler, I enjoyed your Photostreams as well.
Great work William - well done!
Very nice - esp that first one. That dark background just makes his face pop out. Good job.
Thanks ND, jky and Vincent.
Beautiful work. Well lit and composed
Great shots! I really like these colours :)
Wonderful shots, and use of a strobe in situations I'd never have imagined. I'm always thinking 'travel light, leave that extra lens behind', so the thought of you lugging that strobe into what I guess are pretty inaccessible places is a bit of a wake up! Some of these shots have a real classic look to them. Is it just me or is there just a hint of kodachrome to them - esp the second shot in this thread? Anyway, fantastic shots!
Superb work William! Very inspirational.
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