Anyone who's switched on a DSLR or mirrorless camera without a lens attached will be familiar with the rush of bright white amorphous light you're greeted with. Without a lens to focus the light in a meaningful way, the world is just a great white hot blur. So, unless we're trying something super experimental, we… Continue reading The Lenses We See The World Through
With the vast wide world out there waiting, and millions of cameras and lenses available to us, how do we choose what to photograph? I've been pondering this lately and have honed down what and why I photograph. Essentially, I practice two kinds of photography. 1. Family Photography Defined as - Any photograph of a… Continue reading How To Choose What To Photograph
The reason you use the camera you do today might be because it's the original Leica your German maternal grandfather bought in the 1930s and made, amongst other photographs, a comprehensive portrait gallery of your extended family that is still viewed and reminisced about to this day. Handing it down to you when his eyesight… Continue reading What Really Influences Your Choice Of Camera?