Nothing depicts the soul of a place better than the faces that occupy it. Travel and Street photography can be some of the most rewarding and interesting photographs that we can make. It does, however, take a special approach and way of thinking.
A season rarely goes by that I am not approached by several photographers asking my advice on how to pack for a trip, or prepare for a vacation, or want to know what lenses to bring on a workshop. I am writing this article to shed some light on my approach, and how I prepare for
Originally Posted May 2010 Composition; Creating a Sense of Depth: Last newsletter we discussed the basics of composition and the rule of thirds. This newsletter we will delve into composition a little deeper and discuss tips on creating a sense of depth in your photographs. Depth in a photograph is an illusion it is an illusion
You can find yourself in the most awe inspiring setting. You can compose an incredible composition. Yet if your camera technique sucks then so will your photograph. Good camera technique means using a tripod when you should be using a tripod (generally that is anytime your subject is not in danger of walking, running, or