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 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
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
Photography has chosen you! Do it! On my workshops, taking photographs of strangers seems to conjure up a wild mix of terror and excitement. Most people are naturally drawn to photographing people, and I understand. I love it too. I think it’s a tremendous honor to photograph people, as they