Bookstores! I love bookstores. In particular this bookshop in MQ Vienna which opens on Sundays too. It is where I found a bunch of informative and inspiring books on photography and the creative process the other day.
Soon I will be sharing more.
Free lensing is fun. Try it out yourself.
The face is infinitely expressive, it exposes us and forms the most vulnerable aspect of our presence. Can we ever truly capture the ones we photograph?
Continue reading “Faces . Where All Meaning Appears”
It’s about finding what you need without looking for it and using what’s burying you alive as a tool. It might be a cure for what cannot be healed.
Continue reading “Tool Time . Loss and Grief or Giving Love A Place To Go To”
My camera didn’t protect me. I wonder if I will ever be able to raise my camera again and photograph what I love without fearing to see too much too early.
Continue reading “Mom Doing Things . When the Muteness of Photography Got Too Loud”
Movies of all sorts have always influenced me and my photographic work. They often prove to be great sources of inspiration like this short documentary.
Continue reading “Rain by Joris Ivens (NL 1929)”
The Sunny 16 Guide Wheel is one of the handiest things I’ve come across lately. It won’t cost you anything. It works battery free and reliably. It’s life changing.
Continue reading “Tool Time . The Sunny 16 Guide Wheel or the No Budget DIY Light Meter”
Earlier I talked about several practical advantages print outs of your images offer. Today, I share with you a more spiritual reason why you should print your photos?
Continue reading “How My Great-Grandparents Made Me Understand Roland Barthes’ Camera Lucida”