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How to travel like an artist

Posted: March 7, 2017 by Anthony Epes   -   6 Comments

Lots of people ask me for my advice on how to take better photos when they travel. Even before I ran workshops I would have people ask me advice when they found out I was a photographer – I’ve spend many hours at parties discussing people’s photos and cameras with

My photos of Venice

Posted: February 19, 2017 by Anthony Epes   -   No Comments

I’ve travelled a lot in the past 12 months – going between the intensity of London, the dense richness of Istanbul and the seductive chaos of Havana. It has been amazing and wonderful but now Venice is calling me – like a refuge of peace and tranquility. The deep quiet,

How to break the world down into elements

Posted: January 15, 2017 by Anthony Epes   -   5 Comments

Greetings from Cuba, Today I want to give you another super-simple idea that, if you can grasp it, and then put it into practise, I guarantee will really help your photography. What we are basically doing as photographers is looking at the world, identifying interesting subjects and organising them accordingly.

Simple ideas: Shoot the third thing

Posted: January 11, 2017 by Anthony Epes   -   4 Comments

Good day to you all, I am sitting in a beautiful square (where there is wifi :)) in Trinidad, Cuba, a stunning little town nestled between some verdant green mountains, tobacco fields and the sea. I arrived yesterday and am loving photographing the wonderful tropical light here; this town that

What John Berger can teach us about photography

Posted: January 7, 2017 by Anthony Epes   -   2 Comments

I was so sad to hear of John Berger’s passing last week. He was a fascinating man, one whom I had the great pleasure to photograph a few years ago. He was very generous too; he sat with me after our shoot and read to me. I was really touched

Here are the boring photos I took before I got the shot

Posted: November 27, 2016 by Anthony Epes   -   1 Comment

Hello folks, I’ve again been a bit absent from the blogging. My new book, East London at Dawn, is at the designer as we speak, getting its last finishing touches and in a couple of days will hit the press. It’s all go and all super exciting. So now I

This is the main barrier to improving your photography

Posted: November 6, 2016 by Anthony Epes   -   No Comments

You haven’t heard from me for a while and I’m sorry about that. I’ve been mulching in a creative bubble. I have a super cool project; a new hotel has commissioned me to put together a limited edition book of East London at Dawn. As a photographer this is the

How you live your life is how you take photos

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I look at many people’s photographs and I’ve noticed that how people take photos is in direct correlation to how they live their day to day lives. This may not sound like a startlingly profound fact but, put simply: your personality can create the biggest barrier to achieving interesting and

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    “I went on Anthony’s London at Dawn workshop together with my father in August. It was a birthday present for my dad, we both loved the workshop and shooting this special city at dawn. Anthony is a great teacher and gave us some great help on composition, framing and creative use of exposure. Anthony also raises your awareness of “seeing” light which has been a real inspiration and something that has furthered my photography following the workshop. Many workshops focus on the technical side of teaching you about your camera which I was less interested in. I picked Anthony’s workshop because it focused on creative composition, framing and most importantly capturing beautiful light – and it absolutely delivered! Above all it was great fun to experience it with like minded photographers and share tips and ideas with each other.”
    Chris W
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