Articles, interviews and tips on photography

5 Reasons why you should try a wide-angle lens

1. Closer: Robert Capa used to say that: if your photos are not good enough, you’re not close enough. This is very true, particularly so when it comes to street, documentary and travel photography. Being closer to the scene means being part the action and this in turn allows the viewer to feel like they too are part of it all. At a couple of meters away from the story, your photographs transmit much more power and emotion.

Changing the course of Photography

Gandhi said that if you want to change the world, start with yourself. It’s a statement that has always seemed very accurate to me and very valid for all fields, including photography.

You are as good as your worst photo

Constant connectivity, faster everything…what’s next, a camera that uploads straight to social media? Oh wait, it already exists…

Book Review: The suffering of light by Alex Webb.

The title of the book comes from a Goethe quote: “Colors are the deeds and suffering of light.” This book is not about a place, or a specific subject, or even a theme. It is about a way of seeing in color…

Interview with photographer and Oak Stories founder, Javier Corso

In this era of social networks and immediacy, a documentary work done with affection and patience, allowing the photographer to get to the bottom of the matter is not common so when you find it, it is appreciated. It is not without reason that Javier has labeled his agency ‘oak stories’: Like a good wine, stories taste better when you give them time and care.

5 ways to carry your camera when you travel

When you travel it can sometimes be a little overwhelming to decide what to use to carry your camera. There are backpacks, messenger bags, large sizes, smaller ones, different colours. What do you choose and are there any other options? Keep reading to find out!

Weegee. f/8 and be there.

Considered by some as the American version of Brassai because he photographed at night, Usher Felling A.K.A. Arthur H. Fellig A.K.A. Weegee was one of those photographers who had the audacity to re-invent himself, invent a career, a style and a way of working that we take for granted today, but that in the 30s and 40s nobody had thought of.

A day in Tafraoute Sidi Ali

This was the first time that the guys from “The Raw Society” included the small town of Tafraoute Sidi Ali in their Morrocco Photo Tour itinerary and it was also my first trip with them, even though I have known them for more than a year now.

Film Wars: Lomo vs. Kodak

For some time now, analogue photography has been making a comeback which in my opinion is great news. There are many benefits to shooting in analog, from the process of photographing with old cameras to experimenting with different types of film, and as with most things that become popularised, this leads to many discussions and reviews on which film is better.

Interview with Avani Rai

Rai. The surname will ring a bell, especially since just last week we made many references to it in our blog and have no doubt that you all read us religiously ;). For the few of you who don’t anxiously wait for Thursday to come along to be able to read our blog, last week we wrote an article about Raghu Rai, the Father of Indian Photography, and that’s the Rai we are referring to.