When chatting with photographers I notice that many of them shy away from unfamiliar genres of photography. Some are even dismissive as is often the case when mentioning wedding photography. Too bad, because challenging yourself with a different type of photography not only brings you a wider perspective but dramatically improves your seeing. And if [...]
All taken with the X100S and the Fuji X-Pro1 paired with the XF 35mm F1.4. 2016 © Kasia & Olaf Sztaba Photography. All rights reserved.
When you specialize in one genre of photography it is easy to get comfortable, box yourself in and become lazy about seeing. Contentment and self-assurance are one of the greatest enemies of a creative photographer. It is especially important for those who specialize in travel and landscape photography. Too often we see the same visuals, [...]
Visiting Colorado in the fall is like hitching a ride on a fast-spinning carousel and looking through a kaleidoscope at the same time. Mother Nature serves up a magnificent show to visitors and photographers from all over the world in late September (if she’s on time). However, there are some traps. As most of you [...]
Annabelle was the oldest of the three siblings, children of Anna and Anton Stark, some of the most prominent people in town. Her mother was convinced they were better than the other townsfolk. She might have been right! After all, the typical mining town of that time consisted of miners, prostitutes, railroad workers and prospectors [...]
As we entered Mesa Verde National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) we knew this place was like no other. Rocks and trees looking as if they were placed there with the utmost care by some immortal force cover the unreal vista. Then there are the skies! In A.D. 550 the first people moved into [...]