KLM’s Holland Herald: The Out Takes
In late November friend and fellow photographer Marco Ryan sent KLM airlines in my direction. It seems they needed a photographer for a story involving Malaysia’s old Colonial hill station, Cameron Highlands. Living only 2 1/2 hours away from Cameron Highlands, I guess I was the obvious choice, that and the fact that I can take a halfway decent picture. After Ink, the publishers, assigned the talented Alexandria Karplus from Singapore as the writer, we were off. The article was for KLM’s in-flight publication called the Holland Herald. I couldn’t share or sell any of the photos until the article was published. But late last week I saw that it was posted as a pdf on the publisher’s site; therefore I am now free to post some of the other images from that shoot that didn’t make the cut. I always find it interesting what photo editors choose for their edits and what they leave out. Invariably, I have a different opinion, but I guess that’s why they’re the editors and I’m the photographer.
Speaking of photo editors, this week on Thursday I will be releasing a podcast with photo editor, Michael D Davis. This might be one of the most significant podcasts for photographers I have been involved with in recent years. Be sure to listen to this upcoming conversation regarding depth of field on Thursday.
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