Posts Tagged North Africa

Chiaroscuro Due

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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 [...]

Slow it down

If you’re familiar with my work, you probably already know I am not much of people’s photographer (some may argue I am not much of a photographer, but that’s a debate for another day). While, I still favour photographing landscapes and architecture mainly, I have developed a keen interest for people photography. One of the [...]

Morocco Contact Sheet

I am not quite done processing my Morocco shots, but I figured, I’d give you some fodder for discussion in the meantime with a little contact sheet of some of the standouts. See you next week. [Translate]

Watcha looking at?

I have just come back from a very productive two-week stint in Morocco with friend and distinguished photographer David Clapp scouting for potential photographic tour this coming fall. The return home is a bit of a hectic one between work, teaching and social commitments. I am well advanced in the processing of the Morocco images [...]