In a time when every photography related news site, blog, podcats, YouTube channel is talking about the Fuji X100f why am I so happy with the old X100s? The background story I have been drooling over the Fuji X100 cameras since I got interested in photography. At that time (2013) the Fuji X100 was being … Continue reading I’m a proud owner of a Fuji X100s
As I mentioned in post about coming back, a lot of things have changed in the course of these last three years, not only in my personal life, but also in my photography. All the trials and errors have allowed me to learn a couple of simple things about photography: A better camera doesn't mean … Continue reading 25 things I have learned about photography in the last three years
I had a post planned for today, but WordPress has changed my plans; more precisely this post by Leanne Cole. She talks about how much credit people give to the camera instead of the photographer. Quite often people think that because you have a big camera or the latest and greatest gear you’ll take great … Continue reading The camera, the photograph and the post-production
I want to share with you a curious story: I came here to delete my blog. With the new year I decided to delete some things that were in a halt and didn't mean much to me anymore. And I did delete the posts one by one... But as I was doing this I realized that … Continue reading Coming back?
To continue the series to share the stories of the photographer's I've been getting to know online and whose work I admire, let me introduce you to Helen Boyd. Helen has a unique style and her portfolio holds some of my favorite landscape photos. Plus, she was kind enough to take some time to share … Continue reading The photographer’s story: Meet Helen Boyd
When I started "Static Stories" I created a mindmap of some of the things I wanted to do with the blog. One of them was to gather stories from photographers whether pro or amateur.The photographer is usually the one who's trying to capture and tell the story of his subject, but the psychologist in me … Continue reading The photographer’s story: Meet Kelvin Bulluck