Many photographers are misled into thinking they need to specialize in a photography genre. While that’s sometimes true, there’s more to it.
What do you do if you want to get started in photography but don’t even have a camera yet, or know how to use one? Here’s some philosophy.
Many photographers are drawn to photographing their passions. But if you’re not careful, this can destroy your passion. Here’s my story.
There are some who think that photography is all about gear. Others will go further and say it’s about exposure, composition, and light. But is there more?
Looking to break up the YouTube videos & same old Pandora songs? Try a podcast! These top five photography podcasts will help you improve your photography, both on the technical side and philosophical side. Give them a try if you’re not already.
They say photography is a journey and not a destination. Part of that journey is constantly evaluating why you’re a photographer and what you’re capturing.
At least that’s the attitude of some professional photographers. Let’s unpack all the ways that this is an uninformed and irresponsible opinion.
X-SUBA Sport4Development Uganda isn’t just about sports – they also have a robust education program for disadvantaged youth in this community.
Sport is such an important part of community development. This is how the small team of volunteers at X-SUBA are bringing sports to Ugandan slums.
Read my first article in a series explaining my current project in Uganda photographing an NGO that gets disadvantaged kids into sports.