Behind The Image, Photography

Learning the craft of photography

One thing that I love about photography is the constant learning. There’s always some new to learn. We all have different ways to learn. In this digital age, we are lucky enough to have YouTube, google and many amazing platforms available to all of us to learn from. Some of which are free and some […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

Talent vs Dedication

At the beginning of the week I was having a conversation with a friend I’ve wondered more than once. Someone with no art education just like me started a conversation about skill versus talent. It leads to the same question whether art is a skill or a talent? As an adult, I used to use […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

The Towers

Hope everyone is well and is keeping well. Instead of talking about this pandemic (I do not have any insights other than what I’ve read from the WHO) so I just thought to share another image with you. I am not able o create anything new as I am on bed rest after a surgery […]

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architecture, Behind The Image, Photography

The comfort in symmetry

I was one of those kids that loved reading and loved maths and geometry. Later on, when I became interested in photography, composition to me became about seeing patterns. Patterns that are pleasing to the eye. Seeing things that stand out easily to me. On the other hand, I also avidly go out of my […]

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Exhibitions & News

The Photography Show 2018

This time last week I was very much looking forward to visiting the show this year. After getting home from work on Friday, I got packing for the weekend only to realise to my amazement that another blizzard was on its way. To say that I am over winter is an understatement.   Arrived at […]

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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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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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Inspirations

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Wolfgang Suschitzky

Wolfgang Suschitzky was a photographer and cinematographer perhaps best known for his collaboration with Paul Rotha in the 1940s and his work on Mike Hodges’ 1971 film Get Carter. Born in Vienna, trained as a photographer at Hohere Graphische Bundes-Lehr-und Versuchsanstalt. Under the impression of Austro-fascism, emigrated to the Netherlands in 1934 and to London […]

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Inspirations

We need to be better photographers

“What we lack is not better cameras, but better photographers. It’s our turn” – David DuChemin I’ve just came across this quote on instagram by David Duchemin, a photographer that I greatly admire. There nothing this man can’t do. If you would like to know more about him, please click HERE. Why am I sharing […]

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