When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? Photography was a big part of my childhood. My parents are divorced and my father, who I would visit frequently, is a photographer and that was what we did when I was with him. We would head out […]
Im sure many of you have already read this piece by the incredible Lynsey Addario, but just in case, it is not to be missed.. “The truth is, the difference between a studio photographer and a photojournalist is the same as the difference between a political cartoonist and an abstract […]
When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? It is a combination between me getting my first job after high school at an Advertising studio and not learning to play an instrument and becoming the music scene photographer instead. Diving deep in the technical side (mostly […]
Honored to have my name up with some amazing talent in the PhotoShelter Inspiration Handbook.. Download it, here. Lots of fantastic insight and advice.. PS Don’t hate on me. I like pink backgrounds, too.
When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I come from an artistic family, but have terrible handwriting. At sixteen I found Photography, and it acted as an outlet for my creativity. I haven’t stopped taking photographs since I got my K1000 in 1996. Who were […]