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April 11, 2013 - I originally thought of titling this post 'why short courses and workshops are terrible, tutorials and books slightly be...Read the Full Post »
April 07, 2013 - Somewhere someone said that the photographer's attitude is the key to getting good street photos, as opposed to the size...Read the Full Post »
January 03, 2013 - The typical way to get into editing is mechanical. People learn some photo-editing techniques or tricks and then they wa...Read the Full Post »
December 26, 2012 - This a short post I wrote for a popular photo site where there is a high percentage of relatively new photographers. It...Read the Full Post »
November 22, 2012 - This is the first of a series of posts that deal with how viewers of any level of photographic sophistication actually p...Read the Full Post »
November 21, 2012 - Semiotics Content is king. Whatever else people 'get' from an image, how they relate to the subject either intellectual...Read the Full Post »
November 20, 2012 - As far as I am concerned, the photographer must see through to the final image from the very start of the process, even...Read the Full Post »
September 05, 2012 - Westerners can't really understand the dramatic difference between travel in the West and in the third world countries o...Read the Full Post »
Note to any reader.
My most interesting and meaningful, to me, posts are on travel and I encourage you strongly to click on the travel keyword below to list them.
It is difficult to pick a favorite and that varies according to my mood, but my favorite countries are Burma (Myanmar), Laos and Vietnam in that order and I encourage you to read at least these three.
Esther, sitting by the road - a chance meeting in Rangoon inspired this story
Adventures on the road in Laos - the link to the first in a 3 parter
Meeting a Man who wanted to kill me - a story from my first trip back to Vietnam
Recent PostsWhat is Street Photography? - and what it isn't The Meaning of 'meaning' How to improve your photography: your own twelve step program The secret to taking pictures of people in a foreign country - for me at least A Day on Inle Lake Myanmar is disappearing Getting to a Final Image - some words on editing photos for a new photographer Shooting in P mode & Why photographers defend their methods Confessions of a Normal Man-child A Letter to AD Coleman, Critic