Ultra

One thing you may not know about me is that I am a film addict. You find me watching anything futuristic, mystery, fantasy action and so much more. I am one of those really annoying individuals that have had Netflix years before it became popular and one of those that watch series and movies as…

Stolen – Image breakdown

Ever find that your most memorable images are the ones that were the hardest to edit? The image that I am sharing today I called Stolen because I feel like it was stolen from my mind. I had this particular composition in mind for a while but I had to be patient enough for the…

Overture

I’ve always found it hard to say why each image that I create looks and feel a certain way. But when it is reviewed by another photographer and he describes as though he pulled the word straight out on mind, I just had to share it. It is truly flattering to read the below comment…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Gisèle Freund

Gisèle Freund was a German-born French photographer and photojournalist, born in Schöneberg District, Berlin famous for her documentary photography and portraits of writers and artists. In 1931, Freund studied sociology and art history at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany. From 1932-33 she studied at the Institute for Social, Sciences, University of Frankfurt under Theodor W. Adorno,…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Ellen Auerbach

EllenAuerbach, née Rosenberg, was born 20 May 1906, in Karlsruhe, to a Jewish family. She was a sculpture student in Karlsruhe, Germany, when she was given her first camera in 1928. In 1929, she moved to Berlin to study photography and met the brilliant photographer Grete Stern. The two became close friends for life; they…

The Photography Show 2018

This time last week I was very much looking forward to visiting the show this year. After getting home from work on Friday, I got packing for the weekend only to realise to my amazement that another blizzard was on its way. To say that I am over winter is an understatement.   Arrived at…

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…

Photography and Emotions

I’ve always believed that the way and what we are feeling greatly affects how we edit our images. I can almost map my feelings through my work. Let me walk through this…….. I named the attached images “Little things” because it is the little things that we feel and the way we process our emotions…

Photography struggles – Self doubt

Every so often, I learn more about photography as an art form but I have also struggled with some part. From finding balance between pursuing the photography that I love and posting images that is expected of me or things that get the most likes. I’ve also felt the pressure of gear upgrade every time…