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Your photo must tell a story…


I often get emails from readers asking how to take photos like such and such artist, or how does ABC photographer get his subjects to be just in the right place etc. Well, to answer the 2nd question first…there is … Continue reading

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How to be a better photographer on a strict budget


It’s a conundrum, isn’t it? How on earth can you indulge in an expensive hobby like photography, if you have limited income? I get so many emails regarding this problem, and to tell you the truth, all I can recommend … Continue reading

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More of your street shooting stuff, please….!


Just a couple of days ago, I wrote a short article about what street shooting is all about, or should be all about. That article must have attracted a lot of readers’ attentions, judging by the number of emails I … Continue reading

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Mr Maitani does it again!


Remember Mr Maitani? The guy who designed the Olympus Pen cameras? That’s right! You read about him here yesterday, yes? One would have thought that the adulation he received after designing the Pen range, he would have hung up his … Continue reading

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Hullabaloo at Powell Street, Vancouver


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Come on now son, let’s be on our way…


Downtown east, Vancouver, BC street shot…just a few weeks ago.  

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Downtown Vancouver street shot


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Street photography-the How, What & Where of it all….


As always, my email inbox is groaning at the number of enquiries about street photography and how to be successful at it. Well, it’s no mean feat answering all of those queries in one fell swoop, but…I can only try! … Continue reading

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So the Yeti does exist?


Well, according to the latest news today, it does! I’ve always been interested in the Yeti, or Bigfoot as we call it over here in North America. Ever since I saw that famous short film footage showing a Bigfoot walking … Continue reading

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Don McCullin; the man, his views and vices


Ever since the first series of posts on this blog about UK photographers, where I included a short article about Don McCullin, theer has been consistent demand for more about the man. With a chap like Don, there is so … Continue reading

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