Wedding Photography Workshop, January 2012, Bangalore

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JANUARY 13 – 15, 2012 I had a GREAT time in Bangalore! What a talented group of people I had the good luck to meet and spend time with over these three intense days. I am already looking forward to the next workshop there. Special thanks to Andrew Adams for being there with us.

Good images don't just fall off the tree

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It was said by a photographer (and thanks for John Stanmeyer…

Ganesh Chaturthi iPhonography

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iPhonography again. Just a quick one with some iPhone shots from…
10 great books on photography - the ongoing moment_geoff dyer

10 Great Books On Photography Every Photographer Should Read

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While there are thousands of photography books in the market it is not such an easy task to make a list of ten books on the subject of photography. I could think of four or five off the top of my head but the rest were a problem. Starting with the books I've already read I asked friends and colleagues about their own favorites.

Photography Will Never Be The Same Again

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You might not realize it yet, but this is as big, or even bigger than the invention of the digital camera. In the pocket of your shirt or in the zipper of your bag lurks no less than the most inspiring and innovative imaging system in the history of photography. Under the innocent phone cover of your iPhone lies a powerful tool that is changing the way we work and think as photographers.

Finding your Style and Identity as a Photogrpaher

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You must strive to find your own identity as a photographer in order to create your own visual style. Your style will be a reflection of who you are as a person and will certainly be unique.

Portrait of the Artist at the Lumberyard

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Shooting a portrait of an artist can be a tricky thing. It goes…

Where does Influence End and Creativity Begins?

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My recent post about the question of originality 'What is an…

What is an original photograph? Do you create original work?

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I have just read an interesting post called 'How Not To Be Taken…

Alternative Photographic Process in India - The FataFat Project

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I have always believed that every photographer should at all…