The above is a shot from my digital camera. At one point of time I had almost given up on 35mm film because of how grainy it was looking even at low ISO’s and how the colors were just not saturated enough. Ironically I recently came across in a discussion at school was Film Speeds. There […]Read more "Film Speed & Escaping Noise"
If you’ve been creating work for some time now its a really big step forward to submit your work for a workshop. Why you ask? Imagine a group of talented individuals looking at your work, focusing all their energy at it. What more could you ask for. Photography workshops are definitely a great way to […]Read more "Before You Attend That Workshop"
Sometimes we can never know what life has in store for us. Our paths twisting and turning, sometimes ending up in new places never imagined. And surprisingly we realize that this is where we want to be. Edward Olive was never a photographer, he was an actor looking to shoot some head shots for himself. […]Read more "CC Conversations : Edward Olive"
What is a photograph but a reflection of our innermost thoughts, visions caught in that split second which define a lifetime. And who better to portray the sense of romanticism and its silent solitude than Christian Were. His pictures are a testimony to the art of dramatization, every frame as if out of a scene […]Read more "Saturday Night Conversations : Christian Were AKA Memetic"
Velco Dojcinovski‘s pictures don’t necessarily follow a trend or have a theme on the surface but when you do have a chance to go through his 900+ pictures (flickr) then you realize that they are like songs on a disc you’re listening, intimately woven with the same feeling, the feeling of peeking out of a […]Read more "Saturday Nights Conversations – Velco Dojcinovski"