The “rest” of the image

The “rest” of the image

The process of crafting great imagery is something I have been studying for years. One of the undertakings in this rivetting pursuit was to study hundreds of great images from many photographers, well known and less well known, from different backgrounds and with unique seeing profiles across most genres of photography. Today I would like [...]

Photography – the craft of curation

Photography – the craft of curation

Over the course of the last few years I have met many amazing photographers on my Visual Poet Experience Workshops. Interestingly, some of them realized very little of their hidden talent for seeing and crafting great imagery. As I have studied this phenomenon, I stayed in touch with some students, following their struggles and their [...]

Amsterdam – Creative Street Photography Workshop

Amsterdam – Creative Street Photography Workshop

On September 27-29th, 2019, alongside Tomasz Trzebiatowski of the Fujilove Magazine, I will be leading my last European workshop this year. This is going to be a very special event when Tomasz and I will share our approach to seeing and crafting great imagery. Tomasz, a founder and an editor-in-chief of the Fujilove Magazine is [...]

THE CAMERA DOESN’T MATTER? Reality Check!

THE CAMERA DOESN’T MATTER? Reality Check!

I love people, I love photography and I love great imagery. In fact, I am obsessed with this craft of feeling, connecting and crafting stunning visuals. I have spent the last decade breathing everything light and perspective. Going from photography blogger to photo writer, educator, workshop leader, editor, publisher and everything in between, I engaged [...]

Shoot to print

Shoot to print

Recently I had the opportunity of meeting the great photographer and master printmaker, Steven Friedman. Steven graciously showed me his studio and some of his spectacular prints. We had a very interesting conversation about photography and printing in particular. Steven shared with me the concept of “shoot to print” which I found absolutely fascinating.  Most [...]