Version II: Learn From the Masters of Street Photography

After about a hundred shots of espresso, the newest “Learn From the Masters of Street Photography” PDF Book is live. This version (Version II) is the newest and cleanest version that distills the wisdom of the masters. Better late than never as they say. The “ber” months have been tough on your admin balancing a…

Version II: Learn From the Masters of Street Photography

After about a hundred shots of espresso, the newest “Learn From the Masters of Street Photography” PDF Book is live. This version (Version II) is the newest and cleanest version that distills the wisdom of the masters. Better late than never as they say. The “ber” months have been tough on your admin balancing a…

Student Photos: Film Street Photography Workshop in Dubai

Just finished the coolest workshop here in Dubai– the 2-day Experience the Magic of Film Workshop at Gulf Photo Plus 2016. The students all hit the streets with their cool film cameras , and we had a blast shooting film. Last time we talked with Dayv, he just finished his first book, High Street Low Street:…

Student Photos: Film Street Photography Workshop in Dubai

Just finished the coolest workshop here in Dubai– the 2-day Experience the Magic of Film Workshop at Gulf Photo Plus 2016. The students all hit the streets with their cool film cameras , and we had a blast shooting film. Last time we talked with Dayv, he just finished his first book, High Street Low Street:…

What if Smartphones Had The Same Image Quality as DSLR’s?

I think the main reason why people look down on smartphones is because they think its image quality isn’t “good enough” as DSLRS— which you can do fancy stuff like pixel-peep, “bokeh”, and trot around big lenses. Thirdly, generally the ergonomics of a smartphone device isn’t as good as holding a camera with a grip.…

What if Smartphones Had The Same Image Quality as DSLR’s?

I think the main reason why people look down on smartphones is because they think its image quality isn’t “good enough” as DSLRS— which you can do fancy stuff like pixel-peep, “bokeh”, and trot around big lenses. Thirdly, generally the ergonomics of a smartphone device isn’t as good as holding a camera with a grip.…