The days are much longer and that paired with the fact that many of you will be enjoying summer holidays means that you now have the gift of time. So, with that in mind, we wanted to share with you 5 ideas of what you could do with that extra time in order to explore new ways of learning photography, practicing and becoming even better photographers!
“Change the world” and “photography” is a strange combination, however, if you take a moment to look at the data you’ll find that 80,000,000 photos are published every day on Instagram. Pair this with the fact that there is still much to do to make this world a better one and it’s easy to come to the conclusion that photography, on Instagram alone, can certainly make a difference.
My father’s passing left me with one big regret: not having photographed the precious moments I had had with him. Not having a visual testament of his life. Why am I telling you all this? Well, not a week after my father’s death, and purely by chance, I stumbled across @my_dad_for_a_while on Instagram. This is where the inspiring story begins.
To take photos we need equipment, and if we want our work to have a certain technical quality, that equipment is going to be expensive. Especially with regards to optics. However, for some time now, some Chinese manufacturers have been selling very interesting and bright fixed optics at a more accessible price. One of those optics is the 7 Artisans 25mm f / 1.8, which in its X mount version costs around 70 €.
My students often ask me about the differences between a single image and a series, about the content of a photo and the stories they want to tell. How do they find purpose…
In the previous post I presented five reasons why a 35mm focal length was the best option, but I also said that the 35mm is just one of the two lenses that constantly fight for the first position in the battle of fixed lenses, especially in street photography. Today I am going to present five reasons why a 50mm is the best option.