Tag: photography-study

Featured Photographer, Jamie Furlong Jamie Furlong’s photography appealed to me because of its no-holds barred, in your face style. He also has a creative use of flash that gives an almost ghostly effect to his images. Come and learn a bit more about this photographers interesting lifestyle and photography.

A photographic journey Pt.3

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Part 3 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 3 of this ongoing series, Jean-Baptiste talks to us about his experiences in developing his photographic technique and the lessons he has learned along the way. A very enjoyable read, I hope you think so too.

A photographic journey pt.2

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Part 2 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 2 of this ongoing series, Jean-Baptiste talks to us about his experiences in developing his photographic technique and the lessons he has learned along the way. A very enjoyable read, I hope you think so too.

A photographic journey pt.1

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Jean-Baptiste Meriem takes us on a personal journey In this series, photographer Jean-Baptiste Meriem is going to take us on a personal journey of how he discovered photography, what it means to him and what he has learned. In this first piece Jean-Baptiste introduces himself and his work.

The importance of photo books

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Photo books make your life better Photo books are not just something to look at, they are an essential item for anyone who is seriously interested in photography. So lets see why photo books can help you to become a more passionate photographer.

Are they the same? Who cares? We have another piece by guest writer Jerome Arfouche for you. This piece is the first in a four part series that wil be spread out over the next week or so. I would really like to hear comments on this. Share your thoughts with us.

Japanese Haikyo 廃墟

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A different view of Japan, the haikyo There is a word in Japanese for exploring old buildings, and that word is haikyo 廃墟. It means abandoned buildings, but it is understood that when you say the word you are going to explore the old buildings.

Don’t be a boring photographer, make yourself interesting We often find ourselves stuck in a bit of a loop, no matter what it may be in, and photography is no different. God only knows how many times I have found myself taking pictures of the same things (and how much bloody film I have wasted). […]