Travel blog to follow: Messy Nessy, A Cabinet of CHIC Curiosities Continue reading Travel blog to follow: Messy Nessy
â€œI find hope in knowing that with the right people and circumstances, ecosystems can be successfully protected,â€ he said. â€œThat is what, so far, we have managed to do with the Big Life Foundation in the Amboseli/Kilamanjaro ecosystem in Kenya. Conservation relies so much on the support of the community. Itâ€™s really a mutual situation: if conservation supports the community, that helps the people economically … Continue reading Featured Photographer: Nick Brandt
Take a journey with narrative photographer Stephen Wilkes. [ted id=2517] Continue reading Exploring the Space Time Continuum
“It can be a hard question to answer, ‘Why do you shoot?’ especially if you shoot street photography. In his post, Nico Goodden gets personal about the difficult circumstances that led him to become a photographer. We all have our reasons and Nicoâ€™s set of reasons might differ from your own, but heÂ gets it. He has come to an understanding so deep he can even … Continue reading WHY?
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity last month to not only travel to London, but also attend the Photo London exposition and contribute a piece to Street Photography Magazine, now out in the new issue. Login, subscribe or buy a single issue to check it out! (Plus the new issue is full of a long list of fantastic and helpful articles). http://streetphotographymagazine.com/issue/issue-37/ Continue reading Hot Off the Press: New issue of Street Photography Magazine
I had the great honor of attending the Photo London international photography festival earlier this month at Somerset House. One of the presenters was theÂ Ã¼berÂ talented singer-songwriter Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills & Nash rock band fame. He’s been collecting photographs and making his own stunning images since 1969. There was only time to ask him one question following the presentation. I’d seen a quote from … Continue reading Listening to the Image