This is the blog of professional photographer Rob Skeoch.
I hope you enjoy the postings.
Rob Skeoch is a professional photographer with over 30 years experience.
I've worked primarily as a sports photographer for the past number of years but have moved in new directions. Right now I'm working on a documentary on my father as he battled with cancer.
What I'm shooting with these days
Right now I shoot with the M6 and a couple Zeiss lenses.
For my digital work I usually use the Sony A7R
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Took some nice photos along the way
It's the half way point of the Photo a Day Challenge. A group of us started Jan. 1 taking a photo every day. I think only David White has taken one each day, I know I haven't. Even David plans to stop shooting for a few months and try and get caught up in the darkroom.
The project would be much easier using a digital camera but most of the photographers who came along on the ride were shooting film. After six months of shooting you go through a fair bit of film and chemistry. You also learn a few things.
1 - get the system better organized so you can streamline the processing, contacting and proofing stage. The darkroom seems to be the bottleneck of the exercise.
2 - try and get into the darkroom every couple weeks to make high quality prints of the better images
3 - try and work a theme for a few weeks so you can really get the technique down