“I walked all day, with a tense spirit, searching the streets for the chance to take photographs of the world in it’s candid state; as if they were flagrant crimes”Read More
Street photography tends to have a weird reputation with shooters from other genres for it’s pedestrian aesthetics, seemingly accidental images and whimsical compositions.
What is this rarified obsession?Read More
I own only two or three objects which I believe I could leave to my children. Most of my photo equipment won’t last more than a decade until the plastics and electronics fail. This is why when I had the chance to test drive a set of four Classic Carl Zeiss lenses I pictured myself passing them to my children and maybe them to my grandchildren.Read More
On January 31st 2014 I saw these artists working on a long wall I had spotted a few days ago while driving my wife and child downtown for a stroll. I parked, asked my wife to wait for five minutes and off I ran to shoot.Read More
Most probably you have never seen it —as it is quite rare— but if you have ever sought for inspiration in photography then surely you know about it: The Decisive Moment, the book in which Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photo reportage, exposes a philosophy and method of documentary photography that influenced figures such as Steve McCurry and Sebastiao Salgado.Read More