Here’s a way to pick through the confusing discussions about image manipulation and what’s allowable. All relative.
Like many, I was asked to comment on the Steve McCurry’s … fiasco, embarrassment? Here’s my what I said to the President of the Union of Arab Photographers.
Last year, I was offered a wonderful opportunity: to show my work in the outdoor space of Queens Wharf, Auckland.
I’ve started work on a biggie on the history of photography. A visual history, which means you get more pix to look at and be wowed by than words to read! Your thoughts on musts and unmissables invited!
Thousands words have been spilled, spat out and spun on the rise and rise of smartphone photography. It even has its own moniker: iphoneography. Galleries show them, even museums take notice. And it’s only the first morning of the revolution, as it were. So, I thought, why don’t I stick in my tripod leg too? […]
More people throughout the planet have access to photography than ever in its history. From their ranks, hundreds of thousands of keen photographers aspire to ever-higher levels of skill and some to make a career in the art. Of course, you don’t have to be highly skilled to enjoy photography and find it highly rewarding. […]
The next book called for 1000 brand-new, specially-shot illustrations. Although I have useful sets from working with SONY, from the TV series in Singapore and a crazy chateau party in France, I needed more. We planned to shoot in USA, then Nicaragua but a week before we were to leave…