Taking Pictures in My City

We try to make our homes as comfortable as possible. To me, “comfort” is another way of saying “neutral”. After all, it wouldn’t be much of a home if our senses were always on alert, constantly excited by stimuli. We can’t help but make our homes into neutral, inoffensive places in which we can feel […]

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Three Steps to Your Best Pictures

Once you’ve found the photographic elements that are important to you, it’s time to take your picture. Don’t over think it! There are just three steps which reliably lead to great photographs. Previsualize Wait for your moment Put it all together Previsualize It took me years to figure out how to previsualize. Turns out it’s […]

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The Elements of a Great Photograph

A Thought Experiment Photography is a very subjective and personal thing, so let’s try a brief thought experiment to find out what’s important to you. I want you to close your eyes and think about one great photograph that you’ve seen recently. Think about what you like about the photo and why you remember it. […]

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The Unbelievable Beauty of Nepal

Navigating harsh, high altitude terrain; occasionally soaked from rain, at other times sweating from exertion only to end up shivering from cold soon after; exhausted from walking for hours on end, heavy packs on our shoulders and with one bad knee in tow. None of that mattered. The challenges of the Himalayas were muted and […]

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