Posts Tagged: philosophy

What Type of Photographer are You?


Photography is one of those things that attracts many different kinds of people and personality types.  Actually, if you let go of the notion that the word “photographer” can only apply to professionals or those with some degree of expertise, you’ll agree that virtually everyone is a photographer. If you’ve got a camera, and you… Read more »

Unmasking the Solution


I’ve been interested in using masks as props for my images but just a little unsure about how to make something like that work.  On the one hand, a mask hides the face and expression, which is not really something I’m interested in.  On the other hand, it can help create a feeling of anonymity… Read more »

Shooting With Less Gear Can Be Liberating


I decided to head over to the studio without my lights, modifiers, variety of lenses, PocketWizards and all the rest of the equipment I normally take with me.  I did everything with my 7D and a 50mm lens.  I started doing this every now and then awhile back.  It began as an exercise to help… Read more »