I try to not hope for a picture… I am there as a person first, and a photographer second. –..
The Twelve Project – a monthly 365 project, June ’15
Documentary photography – challenge accepted.
The Twelve Project – a monthly 365 project, February ’15
Sometimes the pictures find you
The Twelve Project – January ’15
Magnum Masterclass with Jonas Bendiksen
I try to not hope for a picture…
Recent findings on analog compact cameras
Let the picture speak for itself, but don’t hesitate to tell its story
Book Reviews #2 – Ackermann, Japanese Post-War Photography, Gruyaert
Book Reviews #1 – Harbutt, Callahan, Pinkhassov, Meyerowitz
Hyperfocal Distance vs Merklinger – who’s right?
Change Film, Meet People or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pause
Preconceptions and Street Photography
Although cultivating a certain fascination for analog compact cameras and the look of Kodak Portra film I found these amazing..
Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2014 I’m a big fan of letting a picture speak for itself. In this case, the image inspires..
Michael Ackermann’s “End Time City” has been in my book shelf since my first photographic incarnation. During the..
Pile of books So I finally managed to write some short photography book reviews. I’m highly interested if these are..
Speed is pretty important in street photography. I’m working with a tool that’s the fastest for me: a rangefinder camera...
Update: I’m feeling very honored that the Eric Kim Street Photography Blog reposted these findings – if you don’t know..
I have to confess: I’m not too much into the worldcup. This is partly based on the huge amounts of..