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Photoessay: Architectural juxtapositions

I’m pretty sure none of the architects or designers involved with this project could have envisioned the sightlines I used for these images, or if they did, it’s almost uncertain that they would have been able to forsee the changes in the environment surrounding the buildings. 298 more words


Happiness in Photography

My next goal is to purchase a photography book. I heard from a friend that Tony Northrup’s” DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography,” is a great place to start. 276 more words

Photoessay: Trees revisited

Following on from the previous article on improving the digital B&W workflow process, it’s only fair that I show you some examples. I’ve chosen near-field landscapes – effectively, trees – as the test material, because I’ve always felt that this has been the most difficult subject to capture in a convincingly natural way*. 357 more words


O - On Photography by Susan Sontag

The one book every photographer should read.

Here are a few quotes from the book.

“To photograph people is to violate them, by seeing them as they never see themselves, by having knowledge of them that they can never have; it turns people into objects that can be symbolically possessed. 94 more words

A To Z Challenge

Medium format digital in the field

There are quite a number of medium format digital cameras available today; the vast majority are designed to handle like oversize DSLRs, and in some cases, there’s very little difference size- and control-wise between these cameras – take the Leica S, for instance. 2,424 more words