Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Sommer and Behles

Sommer and Behles was a 19th-century Italian photography studio created by the partnership of photographers Giorgio Sommer (1834-1914) and Edmund Behles (1841-1924). Studios were located in Rome at No. 28 Mario di Fiori, and in Naples at No. 4 Monte di Dio. Each photographer had independent careers and studios prior to and following the partnership…

Photography Failures

A key lesson that I learned in photography is that consistency is key. As a way to keep myself accountable and be consistent, I chose to start a photography blog. Before publishing my first post, I did some research. One of the most common advice given were to only share your best images. Same goes…

The little things……

I received a message today from someone that follows me on Instagram that made me think about the little things in our lives. The little things that we take for granted. With each of my images, I try to share my insights, difficulties that I may have encountered along with any doubts that I may…

A city’s icon

Whether you’ve been to London or not or seen it in the movies, most of us recognise the building in the image below. St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most known and iconic cathedrals in the world. St Paul’s cathedral sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the city of London. Its…

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…

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…

In between Giants – A photography mini series

Early last year, I was lucky enough to be invited to visit The Scalpel building before it opened. The Scalpel is the new skyscraper addition to London’s skyline. It can be found on Lime street. On the same street and adjacent, you will find the Lloyd’s Building and the Willis building. The Scalpel is 190…

The view from above

Although I love my work, there’s something about somewhere new that brings a whole new inspiration. One of the main reasons that I love traveling. I would love to capture different views of London so if anybody k This image was captured from the top floor of the Scalpel building. I was lucky enough to…

Why are you creative? Your opinion and input required

Lately I’ve been struggling to answer this question lately. They are many reasons as to why. I’ve always praised myself on being self motivated but lately my inspiration along with my motivation have simply dwindled. Since then, I’ve been asking myself why am I creative? I’ve never thought of myself as a creative before I…

Has film imitation gone too far?

If you’ve been following this blog for a while you will notice that for the past couple years, I’ve been into film and trying to perfect my practice. Last night while editing, while I was using one of my favourite plugins Nik Effex, I realised that it includes Analog Effex Pro. As the name suggest,…