I have noticed that much of the advice that is doled out concerning street photography tends to revolve around technical matters. Set your aperture to f/8, set your shutter speed to 1/250th of a second and set your ISO to auto. After settings are covered, people move right into discussions about gear. The pros and […]
Timing your capture is critical in photography. In portrait photography it’s an expression; in landscape, it’s perfect light; in sports, it’s the moment of intensity. And in street photography, it’s the decisive moment. Here is a quick take on how anticipation leads to better street photography.
Lviv is situated in the far Northwest of Ukraine close to the Polish border. It is a magical city so here is a photographers guide to Lviv
In spite of declarations to the contrary, street photography is alive and continues to grow. How much of it meets the approval of so-called standard bearers is up for debate, but I think that’s ultimately a fruitless discourse. We should all expect street photography to change with the times. That, of course, doesn’t mean it […]
Street photography means different things to different people, and there’s no one perspective that’s objectively better than another. Street photographers, regardless of skill level or degree of commercial success, tend to be rather passionate about their work — it’s a deeply personal endeavor. As someone who spends more than half my time behind the camera […]
Autumn is a magical time of year for photographers. It provides a great opportunity for anyone of any level to get out and capture some stunning images. From leaves covering the ground to pumpkins and the odd squirrel, it is really all about the beautiful colors. When opposing colors meet in a single composition, contrast is […]