Review of VSCO for iOS and Android, built for creatives, by creatives, to celebrate your photography and artistry and original content.
Sharpness is becoming an obsession in photography. But it should not be the be all and end all of the art form, or a lot of things can lose meaning, including photography itself.
Mountain Roads, the classic black-and-white photography collection is now available on Amazon. Here I pen my thoughts as I receive the first print copy.
Having travelled a bit earlier this month, I have been spending the past couple of weeks wading through a few hundred photographs, picking, flagging, editing and storing away safely. In the process, an interesting idea struck me. When I first began photography I had a deep love for black and white pictures. (One of my first […]
I’ve always believed that all photographs are unique. (In fact, one of my short films addressed this ideology.) And that means you cannot draw a common boundary that applies to all photographs, which is why, for the last tens of photographs on my Instagram, I’ve been posting full dimensions instead of square cropping my pictures. I have […]
Having started using Picturelife to backup and organise my photographs across my iPhone and Mac, here’s my experience with it and some passing thoughts.
Landscape photographers far too often encounter haze and a simple contrast tweak rarely fixes things. Here is a quick way to remove haze with Lightroom.
Everyone has a reason, a method and belief that drives their photography — a photography manifesto. Here is mine. This may just as well be yours.
Computers use default colour settings that rarely make your monitor look its best. Installing ICC profiles gives you true colours: a much better experience.
The debate between camera phones and dSLRs is as old as camera phones themselves, but I am not here to debate. Traveling briefly this past weekend, I decided to see how various approaches to editing a photograph made on a phone could best help it to compare with control photographs made on a dSLR. These […]
This extensive Lightroom guide will help you get started with Lightroom, understand the software and learn it inside-out to process your photos better.
Post a camera phone lens crack and fix, this is a brief account of my stepping back into mobile photography. Pardon my out of this world enthusiasm.
When you travel long and end up without good photographs right till the last day, will that strong need to return with a good photo fuel your creativity?
Musings: we need to think twice before excluding stuff from our photographic frame for non-technical reasons or risk discarding that which would enrich our work.
Here is some more mobile photography: the results of my new-found admiration towards photographing with our handy everyday devices — smartphones.