A Camera Lens that will Up Your Street Photography Game If you love street photography, and treasure your shots, then this lens will improve your street photography, for sure. Ask any good street photographer, and they will tell you that your lens choice is up to you. That’s right. There is a good reason why. Your […]
When you think of any one of the major world events and search for information about it, you will surely come across a conspiracy theory that has been attached to it. Often, conspiracy theories develop and strengthen around events that are hard to explain. Take the 911 attack on Twin Towers, it took a few […]
“The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street.”-Robert Doisneau Walk into the Unexpected City When we stop and think about it, our own neighbourhood, the local manor, the small side streets and the local square that we tend to take for granted, is […]
Visual intent is a must-have mentality of a street photographer when out looking for a good shot. If you just wander around just hoping to see something happen, you probably won’t see much in the way of good street photography material. Photographers look for change that happens before their eyes. Walking, looking, observing, is an […]
For a long time I was using the Canon 50mm nifty stock lens. It’s that one that costs around 100 – 130 Euros, you can buy this super little lens everywhere online. I like it, wouldn’t sell it just because I’ve now got myself the Sigma, 50mm, Art Lens – which has totally blown my […]
Living with a cat or any pet is an exceptional experience. Cats don’t do anything you tell them, they don’t even take suggestions. In the photo below is Stubbs and me. I live with three cats. Recently, Stubbs became very sick, I didn’t notice at first. I just thought she was tired and wanted to […]
Creativity has a weird way of showing us that we just need to push the envelope a little more, and then we discover things about what we do that we couldn’t see happening before.
“As a designer I like to work with fabrics that don’t bleed. That’s why I avoid all animal skins.” — Stella McCartney, fashion designer