architecture, Behind The Image, film, Photography

For the love of 35mm

Lately, I’ve loving using my 35mm camera. On a recent holiday, I was surprised to use it a lot more than my digital camera. I love working at the slower pace and also not knowing what I’ve captured. I am currently working towards developing my own rolls too. Chemicals and tanks have all been delivered, […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

What is a photograph??

” In the end, maybe the correct language would be how the fact of putting four edges around a collection of information or facts and transforms it. A photograph is not a what was photographed, it is something else” – Gary Winogrand I haven’t shared any of my own work in a while. Here’s one […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Minor White

If you heard of the Zone System , then you are likely to know Minor White this week’s photographer. Minor White, was an American photographer and editor whose efforts to extend photography’s range of expression greatly influenced creative photography in the mid-20th century. White took up photography while very young but set it aside for a […]

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Photography

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 […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Leonard Misonne

Leonard Misonne was a master pictorialist photographer, whose atmospheric landscapes and street scenes are among the finest pictorial depictions of such subject matter. He was an engineer turned painter, pianist and photographer. Working on light and grey monochromes, Leonard Misone’s images diffused foggy and yet luminous atmospheres highlighted by dramatic skies. There is something very tender […]

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