How Photography Books Have Radically Reduced My Appetite For New Photos

As part of my photographic simplification in recent months, I've abandoned social media, unplugged from my online life at weekends, and invested in a few photography books. One of the interesting side effects I've noticed is how I am consuming barely any photography online now.  Partly this is because I am online less generally, and… Continue reading How Photography Books Have Radically Reduced My Appetite For New Photos

How The Internet Has Destroyed Our Grasp Of Great Photography

Though I'm old enough to remember when photos were viewed only in physical family albums, a slide show carousel in a makeshift home cinema, or art galleries and exhibitions, for most of my life I've been heartily immersed in the wonders of the internet. The connectivity of the world wide web, email, and all its associated infrastructure has… Continue reading How The Internet Has Destroyed Our Grasp Of Great Photography

Trading Pixels For Paper

Aside from Wouter’s vast archive of photography on his blog, I’ve not found much inspiration online recently. So I’m going back to basics, and have just borrowed a handful of photography books from the local library, as well as resuming one I got as a present last year and got about half way through (the… Continue reading Trading Pixels For Paper