The best advice I can give to anybody who loves photography is: Always have a camera with you. It doesn’t matter what gear you choose as your trusty companion, as long as it’s reliable. About three years ago, I was working as a salesman of hydraulic components for heavy machinery. I was traveling with a […]
The photography world is full of great ideas, innovations and tricks to make things happen when your budget is low. Even though I preach differently these days, I used to be thrilled by gear and gadgets.
Whether you’re doing photography in a professional way or as a passion, it’s an expensive discipline. And we are not just talking about cameras and lenses, but about almost any other accessory that’s necessary for our photos to turn out the way we want them to be. Nowadays, with digital, we save a lot in […]
Street photography is widely known for producing “candid” images that, in most cases, show people’s truest natures in their regular context of work, traveling, leisure, etc. This leaves us with breathtaking natural images of the human being. They may be raw, they may be bold or sweet, but they tend to show us human nature […]
“Street photography” is sometimes hard to define, thanks to the critics and the medium. I rely on my own conviction when defining the term. To me, it means capturing regular happenings, with the objective of transporting a moment to eyes that typically ignore what’s going on in their own surroundings. Certain scenes tend to repeat, […]
There is something that a photograph of a person needs to become a marvelous shot–the story. Not all the ingredients listed below will be present in every shot, but it’s important that a photography strives towards including one or more of them. To explain my theories, I will reference three greats in social documentary photography: […]