Latest Articles in the Category Photographer Stories:
From Thought to Shot: One Photo’s Journey
Just one snap, and I’m moving on. That’s how most photos’ stories end. Before they start, really. It’s a shame that most of us (including yours truly) don’t usually think about what we’re photographing. So I’d like inspire your thoughts on composing and more today by sharing some of mine—by telling how an idea became a photo.
Observations on Inspiration
You’re always going to have an inspiration that will influence your work. And it won’t always stay the same. As your photography matures, so will your photos—and your inspirations. It’s important to have a model or idol in your work. It motivates you to take better and better pictures! Your photographic inspiration can be a photo, a photographer, a movie, life itself, or even an event you want to respond to.
How I Struggled to Deliver a Cliché: Fruit in Water
To prepare for today’s article, I put together a type of shot that’s been done a thousand times before. Why? To show off how difficult it really is. Today I’ll be showing you step by step how my friend and I experimented with underwater photos of fruit. My hope is that my experiences will help other photographers try the same. So get out there and pick (or pick up) some fruit!
Three Reasons You Should Take a Lot of Photos
Fire away! Why taking too many photos may be a good thing.
Three Reasons to Take FEWER Photos
This might sound crazy, but hear me out.
Pripyat, the Green City
Today we’ll be looking at photos of despair and beauty, from the Sarcophagus (the cover protecting the damaged fourth block of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor) and the perished city of Pripyat, one of the most photogenic places on Earth. It is an object of many names. The Sarcophagus. The Shelter. The Об´єкт укриття… and it…
Sunsets Around the World
Sunset. Grand finale of evening golden hour. I have been traveling around the world and seen lots of places, people and views. But for me sunsets are always the most memorable.