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July 2020

The Tate Gallery reopens this week after a 4 months closure due to the pandemic. Actually, not just the Tate Modern but all Tate galleries across UK. I'm very happy this is finally happening. As an art-lover but as a photographer as well. The Tate, specifically the Tate Modern, is a massive playground to all London-based street photographers. Its architecture may not appeal to everyone. I, for one, am not

Do you want to learn how to edit the Milly Way in your photos so it really pops? Good! Because this is exactly the content of the video I just published on YouTube! I went with my friend Robert to Stonehenge, UK, for a night out hoping to get some good shots of Comet Neowise again and also the Milky Way and all we could squeeze in one night. My

I was asked by my friend Dot Lung to go live with her and talk about smartphone photography tips and how to make better photos with your phone. We both use iPhones but all we talked about really applies to Android as well. We did not talk about specific apps only available for one platform but actually discussed real examples of taking photos with a phone. Dot Lung is a fantastic

A once in a lifetime opportunity, that's what photographing Comet Neowise over London (or anywhere else, really) is! I'm not going to dive in too many descriptions of the event. I'm sure you all know about it by now and I'm not an astronomy guru.What makes this a once in a lifetime event is that the comet was only discovered last March and it won't be visible again for another

What do I mean by recipe for black and white photography? Fuji X photographers should be familiar with the concept of recipes already. For everybody else, it is a combination of in-camera settings that allow. among other things, to recreate the effects of old analog films. Something that Fujifilm is very passionate about, having created some spectacular colour films in the good old years. Frankly, I don't know if this

In this week's YouTube video, I take it to the streets of London for some street photography in harsh light. Oftentimes you hear photographers say that the best time for photography is during the so-called Golden Hour (right after sunrise and before sunset) or Blue Hour (the dim light before sunrise and after sunset). And while these bring plenty of good quality light, they are not necessarily the ONLY times