I’ve been trying to be a little more creative with the photos that I take. One method of photography that I haven’t tried is stitching together some photos to mimic the medium format look. I mean, a medium format sensor is just a full frame sensor with a larger surface area, right? So by stitchingContinue reading “Mimicking Medium Format”
Ah yes, my favorite part about photography. A lot of motivation for the photography I do comes from looking at photographers from back when black and white photography was in its prime and shot on film. My favorite type of photography (though very broad) is street photography – which I believe stems from photojournalism. Consequently,Continue reading “Telling My Story through Photography”
When it comes to photography, it seems as if there is an endless amount of gear. There’s SLRs, rangefinders, DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, APSC sensors, medium format sensors, full-frame sensors, the list goes on. And that’s just concerning the camera body themselves…. So much goes on in the world of photography gear. Nowadays, much like theContinue reading “Why You Don’t Need a Fancy Lens”
Disclosure: The post may contain affiliate links. Clicking the links will redirect you to a site to purchase the merchandise described at no cost to you. Choosing to order from the link provided will help me continue to write, experiment, and discuss photography. In the beautiful world of film, there are varying brands and filmContinue reading “Shooting film: Kodak Tri-X”
Ah yes, black and white film. It’s what changed my attitude in photography from wanting to recreate all the photos I see on social media sites like Instagram and instead look into some classic photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson and Fan Ho. From here, I fully realized the raw beauty of film and the art ofContinue reading “Shooting Black and White film: Ilford HP5”
I am so excited to be sharing my photography stories with you all. I hope to talk about current photographic adventures, travels, techniques, and gear! I’ve spent the last couple of years taking photos on old 50 year old film cameras, digital cameras dating back to 2009, and now on mirrorless – although I tendContinue reading “Welcome to my blog!”
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