The Rush of Black and White Urban Street Photography in Time and Space

A good photo is about content, not what time of day it is. So if I can create a photo that makes the viewer forget about time, and think about the space. Then, I’m getting closer to my goal as a photographer. I often lose track of time. especially when Read More …

Framing Your Composition with the Tip of Your Nose

People talk of rules. In photography there are no rules, only guidelines. People talk of rules. In photography there are no rules, only guidelines. To better understand how to take a good photo we must understand how our own mind sees the world. Breaking rules is how we discover our Read More …

How Not to Take yet another Photo of That Berlin T.V. TowerWhen people get lost in a city, they tend to gravitate towards the nearest phallic symbol.

“Paris is always Paris and Berlin is never Berlin!” — Jack Lang There’s a Radio /T.V. tower in Berlin at Alexander Platz. It has been photographed about one billion times. People can’t resist its towering might and priapic pull. There are so many photos of it that the internet groans Read More …

The Flaneur and The Twilight Photographer — Street Photography

Summer is prime time for photo shoots on the street — depending on what your intentions are. Yesterday evening drew in quickly, I was busy reading a good book, one eye ogling the changing light outside my kitchen window. A keen photographer will always have an excuse to get out and take Read More …

Simple Light and Colour Composition Tips to get the Best Photography Shots of your life

Photography is the experience of making love to the moment, savouring it, caressing it with the lens, a moment of pleasant awareness. Every photography admits that they have messed up a photo opportunity by fumbling, over reacting, and maybe attempting to manipulate the moment, when they should have been interacting Read More …

Street Photography : Feelings of Fear and Risk when You Take Shots of Strangers on the Street

It’s not how a photographer looks at the world that is important. It’s their intimate relations with it. — Antoine D’Agata As a street photographer I think about “why?”, very often. It’s in our nature, we always want more. So, when I ask why do I take photos on the Read More …

How to Photograph What Touches Your Heart

Photography is an exciting activity. Mostly for the person behind the camera, but we hope it will turn out to be an enjoyable and thoughtful moment for the person who looks at the photos. I live in the city. But I often have the urge to take landscape photos, so Read More …