TRYING TO MAKE SOME MAGIC
The idea came to me after finishing Stranger Things Season 2 on Netflix. There was one shot in the Hub of The Upside Down where the lighting and the textures of the underground tunnels really struck a chord with me. I pushed the idea aside for a few days because I was aware and a little scared of how much work I would have to put into one photo. Read More
WHAT TO SHOOT, WHAT TO SHOOT....
Traveling is always daunting, maybe you don't know the language, maybe you're afraid of getting lost, maybe you've seen "Taken" one too many times. But at the end of the day the stories that come out of traveling make it all worth it. You come home and get bombarded by people asking you how the trip was, almost salivating waiting for the details.
Being a photographer is an added layer of stress when traveling. The people who come up to you and ask for the details don't trust your verbal depiction of the trip anymore, they know what you can do and expect some visuals to back up your stories. A picture can tell a story so you don't have to, but there's still an element missing from it. Read More
If you search "How to get better at photography" on google there's a chance your computer might crash because every photographer and his mother makes a post about it. And if you wade through all the product placement and sponsored posts and get to some actual advice, a lot of what you'll find is threads on the best camera body and lens combinations out there right now. And then under those threads you'll find the gurus with their original insight of "it's not the camera that matters, it's the photographer". While this is true, it isn't much help to beginners or people just trying to get to that next step, so this is where I come in! Read More
I've been doing Photography full time now for about a year and a half. I've been visiting Lebanon with my family for about twenty years. It seems pretty obvious that Lebanon needed to be my first country that I tried to document and showcase with my photos. Read More