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.
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
Good day to you all, I hope life is good for you and you are doing some cool things with your photography. I’m doing well, enjoying this good summer in London and getting ready for a working trip to the south of France next week. Lots of fun. A very
Unsurprisingly my mind snaps awake very early. This morning I think it was about 5am. I slipped out of bed and sat by the window that faces my garden drinking dark, strong coffee. Outside in our garden there is an abundance of green leaves – dark waxy green leaves from a huge bush
Or are you suffering from Zoomlazia? Zoomlazia – adj; a condition that occurs in photography when using a zoom lens. Instead of composing with a new position, the photographer instead zooms in and out trying to frame the shot. A misuse of zoom lens that results in photographers being rooted