Unexpected Challenges

Some would think that the most challenging aspect of photography would either be planning/capture or the processing of images. The most challenging part for me lately has been the naming. Others prefer not to name their images and they are valid reasons not to do so. I’d learned early on that naming is what works…

Abstraction

In this creative game, it is important that we keep going whether your outlet is photography, painting, writing etc… Before diving into creating abstract,I had refuted the idea simply because it would not be expected of me. Being an introvert/people pleaser means that I often do thing that often made me deeply unhappy. Pleasing others…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Roger Fenton

Roger Fenton was a British photographer born in August 1819, noted as one of the first war photographers. He was born in Crimble Hall, Heywood, Lancashire into a wealthy family. He was the fourth of seven children. Roger Fenton is a towering figure in the history of photography, the most celebrated and influential photographer in England during the…

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Clarence John Laughlin

“The creative photographer sets free the human contents of objects; and imparts humanity to the inhuman world around him.” – Clarence John Laughlin Clarence John Laughlin was an American photographer born in 1905. He was best known for his surrealist photographs of the American South. His rocky childhood, southern heritage, and interest in literature influenced his work greatly….

Cravings – Minute

This image literally summarises what last year was for me. A year where I had loads of questions and also a year where I learned a lot about myself. On the other hand, you will find that my work had a lot more simplicity introduced. Simplicity and peace is something that I readily crave. Living…

This Place

“We are all visitors here, in this time, in this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow and to love, and then we return home.” – Australian Aboriginal proverb

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Mario Cravo Neto

A Brazilian photographer whose work spans many genre, image-making, painting and sculpture. His work shows a dark enigmatic and harsh city, where lonely souls roam, and where the dirt and filth of the streets lie alongside big limousines, the riches, the luxury. Born into a family of artists, Mario started his training early under the…

Love your story and write it your way!!

For me photography is a way to write my own story. I love writing which means that I carry around with me a book and a pen and I absolutely love the feel of it. I love gadgets and take notes in my phone by writing it down on paper brings a different feeling. My…