Behind The Image, Photography

The beauty in art and architecture

Art has been around for so long that it has become an integral part of our lives. Art is a universal expression of the soul. The ancient carvings in an Egyptian cave, the beautiful words of a poet and the abstract objects in a painting all define art as timeless, pure and perfect. Art is […]

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Photography

What’s your best camera?

Lately, I’ve found myself using the camera on my phone more and more to create images. I currently have an iPhone XS with great camera ability but it has never been a camera that I rely on to create images. With the extensive edits that I carry out on the images that I capture in […]

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Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Augustus Washington

Augustus Washington was an African-American photographer and daguerreotypist born in 1820. He was born in New Jersey as a free person and immigrated to Liberia in 1852. He is one of the few African-American daguerreotypists whose career has been documented. Washington grew up in the Americas of the 1820s, a time when African Americans were denied even the most basic […]

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Photography

Passion vs Vision

Photographs have become an universal language. We all have numerous images within our reach. I personally have over 3000 images on my phone, some dating back to 2010. I capture because I feel compelled to and I keep picking up my camera because I find peace and it is my way of seeing what’s around. […]

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Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Jan Bulhak

Jan Bułhak was born on October 6, 1876 in Ostaszyn, near Navahrudak, at that time Russian Empire now Belarus. From 1888 till 1897 he studied at Russian classical gymnasium (a pre-Revolution secondary public school of the Russian Empire) in Vilnius. In 1897, he entered Jagiellonian University in Krakow where he studied literature, history and philosophy, […]

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Photography

Under the sun

Photography is one of the most prolific forms of art and expression. It revolutionised the way we see and capture what we see daily. Initially, artists in this medium focused primarily on portraiture, still life and landscapes. During the late 19th Century, in both France and USA , artists started to pictorial photographs. These photographs […]

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