Back with a Story Behind The Shot with Jökulsárlón, and this time also back in time. I shot this some years ago in a touristless Iceland, with a then brand new iPhone 6 Plus. That's right, no fancy camera, just what was always in my pocket. The Story Behind The Shot is a column I regularly send to all the newsletter subscribers. It might soon become exclusive email content so if
Today's Story Behind The Shot at Haleakalā is about one of my absolute favourite photos. And it is going to be a long read. After I quit my Creative Director job, I went travelling around the world. In one instance, I literally travelled full circle moving East (and that's when I started this blog). It was a trip that gifted me with many experiences, memories and friendships. To start, it was
I missed last week's appointment. With all that is going on in the world right now, I thought you all had better to do than read my stories. But some of you reached out asking about the newsletter and it seems that light content like this can provide some relief. I'm glad. So here it is. Peer support group on Slack First of all, one important update. I started a peer
Some of my friends joke that I never sleep. That's because they see me publishing photos taken any time of the day. As a landscape photographer, I shoot a lot during the Blue Hour or the Golden Hour, when the light is absolutely amazing. With my recent interest in street photography, I now shoot a lot during the harsh light of the day as well. Or at night, playing with
This week I talked about the recent photowalk in Oxford with other fellow photographers in this post. It was a fun day. And I managed to try a few new things with my photography, including setting my camera display in black and white to focus more on shape and contrast. During the photowalk, I took a few shots I was pleased with. Many of them not too dissimilar from my usual
The photo I'm presenting today, shot during storm Ciara, is the one that made me think about starting this Story Behind The Shot series.The story is not dissimilar to the one I narrated in a previous post. But it didn't occur to me back then to make it into regular episodes. Starting from today, this will be a topic of my newsletter as well (to which you should subscribe, here).