I spend lots of time biking, traveling and commuting, and I wanted to share the story behind all of my dog photographs:Two months ago I left the United States to experience the mythic reality around the Andes Range and the cultures that call it home. I landed in Ushuaia and promptly assembled my bike and left the airport filled with enthusiasm for the act of discovery. Within minutes of leaving the airport I made my first foreign discovery; a pack of dishevelled stray dogs chased, barked, and... continue reading
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I love food. Especially food from other countries. So whenever I travel, I try to taste something new. Ofcourse in China, the country of my wife, I skipped the grasshoppers and sharks on a stick. Instead I went for the steamed buns you can buy on the street. Grasshopper and snake I did try in the end though and to my suprise they weren't bad at all, but the steamed buns stay my absolute favorite. So what is your favorite streetfoodO, and it can be crowded in China :) continue reading
I heard this from Jay Maisel centuries ago. And I'm trying to do it even its a hustle - since I carry my camera in a shoulder bag and advantage of living in a small town, no one approached to say "you can't take photos here!"... They mostly like to think that I'm a journalist. I've even took shots inside of grocery stores. But I feel that a range finder type of camera would be much better choice than a big heavy dSLR. On the other hand snapshots of course doesn't cut it. I'm... continue reading
Recently I have developed a keen interest on streets. As I roam around with my fuji mirror-less and the good old 500D, the streets give me immense pleasure to shoot all the people, events happening around them, food and culture. Some beginners might feel very much shy to approach people with a camera. My genuine advise will be, just forget all worries and don't overthink, don't even use your camera at all, first mix up with the crowd, have a cup of tea with them, know them and then see the magic :... continue reading
I like traveling, taking pictures and I like good food too. I admire marketeers,for example, on French and Italian markets and street stands, how long and beautifully they describe about producing cheese or sausageyou want to buy.In the beautiful Provence - in the city of Arles, the marketeer so beautifully described the cheese and its production. I can´t French, but I think we were understood very well. Conversely, a few years agoimpressed me twoyoungladieswho have gone... continue reading
So it hit the news this morning that the South African based company Steinhoff International is to take over the British discount store Poundland. They've settled on the figure of £597m, so a bit more than just £1 :)It's a bit weird that I decided to go out and shoot the local high street the other day and took a few editorial shots of shop signs. Poundland was one of the shops I decided to photograph. Here's the image (it's vertical so you'll have to click on it to... continue reading
Recently I corresponded with friend blogger who asked me to give him my picture incompetition for street-art artists. I shared with him referring to Dreamstime , and received admiring reviews. The work was approved and now it adapted to be transferred to facade. The image will not be used for commercial purposes, as well as kind of social advertising or street art. I allowed to use free of charge with reference to the author (himself).What do think about it?https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=... continue reading
As we live in a little village around one hour from Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, my wife and I like to go there specially on Saturdays when there is even more life and activities than during weekdays.Barcelona is a melting pot for many different ethnic groups, languages and cultures and you get newer bored as you walk down the Ramblas and enter into the narrow streets at the left where the Old Quarter, the Barri Gotic begins and one shop lines up with another selling sometimes amazing... continue reading
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