Posts Tagged chefchaouen

Postcard from Morocco

Well that went fast. Real fast. I can’t quite believe that my Land of Contrasts adventure in Morocco has come and gone. Eight days of fun-filled, food-packed and superb light action. Suffice it to say that we had a fantastic group of people down in Morocco and that a great time and amazing memories were [...]

The Elusive Moment

In Photography, you hear everyone talking about the “decisive moment”. This term coined by the famous father of photojournalism Henri-Cartier Bresson refers to that “creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition [...]

MOROCCO PHOTOGRAPHIC ADVENTURE

Today I am very pleased to announce that after almost two years of careful planning and preparation, that I will be offering a brand new photographic adventure to the land where I was born: Morocco. This is not a fast-paced tour that puts quantity ahead of quality. I deliberately chose to reduce the number of [...]

Stop moving, dammit

One of my favourite things to say about my take on photography is that I shoot landscapes and architecture because, unlike people, they don’t move and don’t talk back . Beside being mean spirited and aggravating, I am also quite shy, so talking people into letting me photograph them is a challenge that I seldom [...]