Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Leigh Wiener

“Photographing people is unquestionably the most difficult form of still photography there is. It’s the only area of still photography where the photographer must be a very keen student of psychology. A portrait is not a duplication of a face. A portrait is the revelation of a person. You want to tell something about the […]

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architecture, Photography

Unexpected Lessons

They are many reasons why I would never claim to be a patient person. I find myself losing interest mid-conversations and very often when watching movies. This particular personality flaw has not been aided in any shape or form in this digital age. I get frustrated when my computer slows down or when my phone […]

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architecture, Photography

Amongst the clouds

Living in London means that one tries to get use to the unpredictable weather. A week ago, we had a heatwave with temperatures nearing 30 degrees and this week we are back to digging out our Autumn clothes at the end of June. unpredictable is an understatement. I will refrain myself from complaining too much […]

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Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Christina Broom

Christina Broom was a Scottish photographer born in1862 and credited as the UK’s first female press photographer. She may not be a household name, yet her photographs captured some of the most momentous and extraordinary events of the early 20th century. She married Albert Edward Broom in 1889 and had a daughter Winifred Margaret, born […]

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Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Nat Fein

Nat Fein was a photographer Fein born in Manhattan, NY in 1914. He is best known for photographing Babe Ruth. He was raised on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. He began to work for the New York Herald Tribune as a copyboy in 1932. After investing in a camera years later, he became a press photographer for […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

Worries! Worries! Wrong Worries!

Although last year has undoubtedly be our hardest but it was my most productive. After losing my job just like many others, I decided not to worry too much about things that I cannot change. Instead I chose to created a daily routine that included for a new job along with creating new work. I […]

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Photography

Patterns and Geometry

As as I am drawn to create more minimal sometime abstract images, I can’t but be captivated by patterns. Patterns not in the usual way. Patterns are all around us. They are an innate parts of most art mediums. Our ability to recognise patterns is a baseline skill for the human eye. It is a […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

Forgotten and Rediscovered

Some images take longer to edit others. Some images come together as easily in my head as if I simply pressed the shutter of my camera. Some images come slower than the line. They are forgotten and then rediscovered. This image fits within the box of the later. It was not a bad image when […]

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Inspirations, Photography

Monday Photography Inspiration – Peter Sekaer

Peter Sekaer was a photographer born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1901. He immigrated to the United States in 1918 to seek freedom and opportunity. After successfully operating a printing business in New York City producing posters, advertisements and window displays, he enrolled in the Art Students League in 1929 to study painting. He soon became […]

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