Moosaeste (Leica SL, Zeiss Sonnar 2,8/85mm)

Empty Lake

Living in a remote area in southern Germany I like to wander around, first of all by car and the last quarter mile by foot. By scanning the landscape for potential photographs I find myself looking for constellations of simplicity and clarity,...

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Ibarionex Perello

Street vs Public Photography

When explaining that I’m a street photographer, I often respond in two different ways.   The first is in reaction to people who don’t understand why I would want to make photographs that include strangers. Isn’t that a violation of privacy? Don’t...

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End Of The Road –  Hokkaido

In early 2019, I took a small group of photographers to Japan for a workshop.  It was an interesting workshop, to say the least, as we explored areas of Japan and took some amazing photos. We also learned a lot. This article will be...

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Photography, Therapy and Red Wine

“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” – Ansel Adams In his...

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Robert Koch


Making It Black and White

Imagine you are driving through a country you have never been to. You are overwhelmed by high mountains, varied landscapes, lakes. But the density of civilization brings your feelings back to the ordinary and grounds you again. Otherwise, you have to climb...

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Hans Strand

The Making Of The Book Island

  The images in this book are a mix of photographs taken from ground level and from the air. I have crisscrossed the interior of the country thousands of kilometers in 4×4 jeeps. This to get off the beaten track of tourism...

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