What's more important, the technical aspects of the image or content that makes up the image?Read More
This view of the city is like looking from the past into the future. That said what's old will be new again.
Street shooting in NYC is epic. The city like some giant organism, expanding and contracting which always makes for a good image.
What if you don't live in a big city but love street photography?Read More
Good photography today is good photography tomorrow. The less images are messed with in post the better the image will age. Just look at any work, including mine, around 2005 to 2011 when the hyper retouched look was popular. The look of a heavily manipulated image just don't age that well but does that matter when in an Instagram world the life of an image is about three days?Read More
Street photography is by far my favorite area of the art. Like any street art it's for the people, by the people.Read More
Create more than you consume. Creating on a regular basis is living a life inspired and that's a beautiful place to be.Read More
Developing your vision takes time and focused effort but it's certainly doable. There are no shortcuts to developing your vision but there are tools you can use to help the process.Read More
Even when you're creating with intention sometimes a photo finds you.Read More
It's important now more than ever to have an understanding of how analogue fits into a digital world, to know when to speed up (digital) and when to slow down (analogue) a process. The trap of digital technology is to see it as a shortcut to success which it is not.Read More