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Off-Camera Flash Made Easy

Let me set the record straight right here, I am not a strobist. Ninety five percent of the time I...

2012 Workshop Schedule

I’ve received several e-mails asking about next year’s workshop schedule. Realizing that my workshop page was not as easy to...

Multimedia: The Pull Rickshaws of Kolkata

Last week I returned from Kolkata ( the city formerly known as Calcutta ), India. I actually didn’t go for...

Random Observations (in America)

This blog almost is as much about culture as it is about photography. As such, I felt this was a great...

Howrah Bridge

Spent a few hours at the Howrah bridge yesterday. The bridge is a landmark of the area. It connects the...

Rickshaw Pullers of Kolkata

  I lived in India for thirteen years. In that time I only ever flew through Calcutta, or Kolkata as...

Introducing The Craft & Vision Community

I am tickled pink to be able to announce the new Craft and Vision Community that David duChemin and the...

Going into depth

I am what some people call an intuitive photographer. By that I mean, I take photographs often by what feels...

Multimedia: Durian, The Scent of a King

I am convinced that the durian is a misunderstood fruit. As you will learn from watching this slideshow that it...

A lite lesson in Light

Light is a funny thing. To be more precise, the photographers perception of light is a funny thing. I’ve noticed...

Angkor Photo Workshop and the Fruits of our Labour

“Hannibal” Smith  in the 1980’s TV series, “The A-Team” used to say “I love it when a plan comes together”. ...

When is a demon not a demon?

  Apsara dancers are the traditional dancers of Cambodia. They are the “celestial dancers” that adorn the walls and hallways...

Angkor Photo Workshop

I am currently in one of the most amazing places on the planet, Seim Reap, Cambodia, the home of Angkor...

Multimedia: Fuji X100

I am back home after a great, but rather wet, trip to the Philippines. It rained almost every day. But,...

Philippines

This week I am taking some personal time and going to the Philippines to visit my family. Actually, I have...

My day with the Fuji X100

Photo of me, my Fuji X100 and my Brent Black Panama – by Hariman Abd Rahman First, let’s get something...

Depth of Field: David duChemin

This is the third Depth of Field I have done with David duChemin. David is always an interesting and challenging...

Singapore: Just a snap.

  Limitations almost always lead to creativity. I’ve blogged about this in the past. It seems counterintuitive, but it’s true....

Depth of Field: Esther Havens

    In this Depth of Field I speak with Esther Havens. Ether Havens is a Humanitarian Photographer. She captures...

Wallpaper: June 2011

  I think you will enjoy this wallpaper this month. It is one of my favorites. This was shot in...

Depth of Field: Stacy Pearsall

It has been some time since the last Depth of Field. My apologies for that. I think this will make...
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