6 ideas from the master photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson that will help improve your photos and inspire your creativity.
My portraits are more about me than they are about the people I photograph. Richard Avedon Hello everyone, I hope life is good. We are settling into the lovely town of Chefchaouen in the Rif mountains of Morocco. We’ll be here for a few weeks as we love it so much. The colours, the light, […]
I came to London in 2000 from Los Angeles. I followed a girl and a book deal, two excellent reasons to move continents, and I’ve lived here ever since. London is such a crazy, huge, messy city, and it’s endlessly interesting to photograph. But the vastness can be intimidating. A lot of people say to […]
“One’s destination is never a place but a new way of seeing things.” Henry Miller A few evenings ago I left my office in Waterloo to head home to see my rambunctious kids and have dinner with my wife. The evening had an interesting feel to it, a misty, wintry fog hung in the air […]
Finding the confidence to make brilliant portraits out on the street About ten years ago, on one of my dawn escapades, I came across a homeless man who was asleep in an alley. He had covered himself in magazines and newspaper to keep warm. Lying on his chest was a magazine-spread of a lady’s buxom […]
The morning after I sent out a blog post earlier this month about reviewing your work I woke up in a cold sweat. Something was deeply, deeply wrong…. I crept downstairs and turned on my computer. In a few seconds (my laptop opens at lightening fast speed, something I am very proud of) I realised […]
As you may well know already I have shot bellies for a few years now. This year I will continue to do the same – the only difference is this year I will exhibit the project. Promise. All my friends and associates say the time has come. I feel I could use a few more “stand-alone” […]