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Fred Herzog and His Color Theory

337/365 Welcome back everyone! Today we’re looking at a great photographer by the name of Fred Herzog…no relation to Werner Herzog, one of my favorite directors. Herzog is well known for his color photos taken of ordinary life in Vancouver, Canada. Let’s dig deep into his work and see if we can spark some inspiration from his...

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Shooting My First Roll of Film: Start to Finish

291/365 Any film photographers out there, or people on the fence about getting a film camera? Well, hopefully this will answer some of your questions about the technical, the quality, and the differences from digital. I’m sharing shots from my first roll of film and going over what to look for, and guide you along the...

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Henri Cartier-Bresson: Just Plain Love

286/365 “That’s all that matters. Love. Not only love making, but just plain love. Love for life…” This is followed by a long pause and a stare off into the distance. A quote from Henri Cartier-Bresson in the excellent documentary “Just Plain Love“…something for every type of artist…not just photographers. I’ll be displaying some of his work along...

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Excellent Street Photography by Alex Webb of Magnum Photos

276/365 Hey everyone, hope the art is flourishing! I wanted to make this article to bring light to a photographer I just discovered that is really amazing at capturing photojournalistic and street photography type shots (in my opinion, those two terms go hand in hand). He tells stories and captures unique moments with his camera.
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Henri Cartier-Bresson Quote

252/365 Welcome back everyone! We’re going to take a look at an excellent quote by Henri Cartier-Bresson. If you’ve been following this project so far, you’ve probably heard me mention him before. Just like the masters of the past like Da Vinci and Van Gogh, we can learn a lot from Bresson who is without
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Using Your DSLR Camera as a Film Camera

245/365 Hello everyone, welcome back! If this is your first time here, welcome! Today I have a fun POV video that shows you how to use your DSLR camera as if it were a FILM camera. Have you ever wandered what it was like to shoot film, but never had the money to buy a new...

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Street Photograph and Inspiration – Part II

244/365 Welcome back everyone! Today we have part 2 of our street photography techniques series.  We have six more techniques to get you up and running with inspiration and plenty of subject matter to capture. Curious about street photography, or just want to learn more about what makes a great candid photo? Then keep reading and...

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Street Photography Techniques and Inspiration – Part I

242/365 How’s everyone doing? If you’ve ever been curious about street photography, then this is the article is for you! What makes a captivating street photo? Well, there are several techniques you can use but I’ll be covering 12 of the most exciting ones. This article will give a foundation to work with in terms...

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Street Photography: When to Crop In and Clone Out – Part II

204/365 Welcome back to the continuation of yesterday’s article. Today we’ll be going over more street photography fun and learning when we can clone out some distractions without losing that candid quality we all have grown to love....

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The Impassioned Eye with Henri Cartier-Bresson

116/365 How’s everyone doing? Thanks for all of the continued support, it’s much appreciated! As some of you may know, Henri-Cartier Bresson was a master photographer. He was a trained artist and used design techniques and the 1.5 grid to breathe life and art into his photos. Today we take a look at a rare
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