Inspirations, Photography

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Oliver Gagliani

“You will never make a photograph that everyone likes, so make sure you will like every one of your photographs” – Oliver Gagliani   Oliver Gagliani (1917–2002) was an American photographer, a master of large format photography, darkroom technique, and the Zone System. Upon seeing a retrospective of Paul Strand’s work in 1945 at the San Francisco Museum of […]

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Photography

The search for light….

Essentially photography is painting with light. The action of painting with allows us to see the beauty around us and as well as everything else. But I wonder if the capture of each moment. With my new obsession with analog photography, I’m able to slow down and savour each moment. This process has taught me […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Peter Dombrovskis

Peter Dombrovskis as an Australian photographer. Dombrovskis was born in Wiesbaden, Germany in 1945.  He emigrated to Australia with his mother Adele and started taking photographs in the 1960’s. He was strongly influenced by Lithuanian-Australian pioneer, conservationist and photographer Olegas Truchanas, who became a father figure to him. He was equally influenced by landscape photographers […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Bob Kolbrener

Today I would like to introduce you  to Bob Kolbrener. An amazing landscape. However, I would like to do things a little differently today. Instead of me writing a lengthy background on this photographer, I would let him introduce himself to you.   Take some time to visit his website here for more truly breathtaking […]

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Cityscape

Seeing simplicity in photography 

Trying to create simple photographs are more complicated than I’d had expected. When looking at landscapes, we are filled with an array of emotions that trigger various senses. We smell the air, feel the cold, heat the wind blowing but most of all; our eyes almost see everything sprawled in front of us and we […]

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Exhibitions & News

Safe Choices

There is so many quotes and so many encouragements one can get. But the only way to truly to change things round is by braking old habits. Only by breaking habits and by taking on new challenges that we truly know what we are capable of. I’m one filled with doubt but it is only […]

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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eugene Atget

Eugène Atget was born in Libourne near Bordeaux in 1857.  He worked as a sailor in his youth then turned to the stage only with minor success. At fourty, he quit his acting career and after trying his hand at painting, he finally discovered his true calling which was photography. His life as a photographer […]

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Inspirations

Passion and Work

This quote has stuck with me for the longest time and it’s also in repeat in my head. “I’d rather die of passion than of boredom” – Vincent Van Gogh It took me a while to truly understand the meaning but I believe that I am close. It is clear that photography is my passion. […]

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Photography

Encapsulated knowledge

As a child, I was encouraged to read and explore. So I frequent museums quite often. However, not all museums are built the same. Case in point, the National History Museum right here in London. Not only is it a fascinating place to visit, the architecture is what draws me there all the time. It is […]

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Inspirations

What is a personal calling?

“It is God’s blessing, it is the path that God chose for you here on Earth. Whenever we do something that fills us with enthusiasm, we are following our legend. However, we don’t all have the courage to confront our own dream. Why? There are four obstacles. First we are told from childhood onwards that […]

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