New Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 and Commercial Lifestyle photographer Frederik Herregods
Commercial & Portrait Photographer based in Antwerp, Belgium, Frederik is a Self declared guitar hero, imaginary racing driver and general enthusiast.
He likes Telling visual stories about people or brands
His range of work features different aspects from shooting advertising campaings with big crews and capturing intimate portraits in small hotel rooms to traveling around the world in the pursuit of dream cars.
His recognizable style and look are the common theme that merges all those aspects to one fluid story.
Frederik explains on his blog (link):
The back looks exactly the same as the credo 40 and you can only keep them apart by the badge. Other than the sensor Lef added a full on live view mode that now makes the Credo 50 live view on par with most modern 35mm DSLR’s.
I’ll be posting a lot more on the new Credo 50 in the coming weeks but I can post one teaser image from my first shoot with the camera.
This shot was made at dusk somewhere in the forests of Spa. Shot at 1600 ISO. Might not sound like much, but in the world of medium format photography this is a huge leap.
|Image © Frederik Herregods|
Frederik’s website: portfolio.frederikherregods.be
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