Should the final stage of photography be the print?

As more consume more and more images online and digital screens, the question that is commonly raised is whether printing should be the final stage. Henri Cartier - Bresson once said that "the final act of photography is the print." His instincts were toward the final physical print as opposed to pages in books. For many…

Photography – Technique vs Expression

With the release of the Nikon Z mirrorless cameras, it got me thinking about the relationship between technology and our search of perfection. There is nothing so exclusive so cold as perfection. Photography is a technical medium and over the years, the cameras have gotten more sophisticated and with the released of even more sophisticated…

Great ways to stay inspired in photography during the winter months

One the hardest thing I found after summer is adjusting to the colder months. It was especially worse this as we went straight from summer to winter. They are a few things that I've found that help me getting back out there in the freezing temperature. I make it my priority to keep being inspired…

How to capture unique and different perspective in photography and architecture

It is easy to bring the camera to the eye level to capture an image and as many of you may have noticed, the majority of images captured generally at also from that point of view. However, experiencing with different viewpoint can yield some incredible results. I myself have be known to be found in…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Graciela Iturbide

Garciela Iturbide is a Mexican photographer, one of the biggest names in Latin American photography. She started photography late in life after the death of her child and a divorce. She enrolled at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. While there, she studied cinema and met the father of Mexican photography Manuel Alvarez Bravo, who…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Cor Jaring

This week's inspiration is provided to us by Cor Jaring. A remarkable Dutch photographer character who began working as a professional photographer in the 1950s. He came from humble origins and had started out as a dockworker. Between his working hours he started to photograph the marginal areas in which he moved, with friends, fellow…