So in this season of reflection, I answer some of my readers' questions and tell you how I ended up being a photographer. Warning, it's a long read but I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
So it happened, my biggest fear, well one of many but probably the worse and the most embarrassing. I thought that was the end of me, the end of my business and that I would never ever be hired again as a professional food photographer.
Last part of this holiday snaps series through Italy.
Your Questions answered: I've gone from being an enthusiast photographer to getting a couple of paid jobs but for some reason, things are not happening. Are there any stages or levels of freelance photographers from novice to expert and how do I move up the ladder if so?
Holiday Snaps in Italia pt III
On martial arts & fitness, your questions answered + some new shots for The Box
Is photography becoming a lot more computational and technological? I thought about this recently while waiting to depart at the Thames Water Bus. I overheard a conversation between two photographer friends discussing the resolution on their cameras and how everything can be fixed in Photoshop.