Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Eduard Spelterini

Eduard Spelterini was a Swiss pioneer of ballooning and of aerial photography. Spelterini was very talented musically and had such a beautiful voice that he enrolled at the Paris Conservatorium for three years of singing tuition, where he was one of the top students. Then he fell ill with Tuberculosis and the young man was…

Are you telling your story through your photography?

"When forced to work within a strict framework, the imagination is taxed to its utmost and will produce its richest ideas" - T.S.Eliot     Choices, choices... We are overrun with choices. The choice of camera, which lens to use, which camera is the best at this and that and we forget the fundamentals of…

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…

How to capture unique and different perspective in photography and architecture

It is easy to bring the camera to the eye level to capture an image and as many of you may have noticed, the majority of images captured generally at also from that point of view. However, experiencing with different viewpoint can yield some incredible results. I myself have be known to be found in…