Photographers

The Coal Haulers of Varanasi, India & the Fuji GFX

(Note: All these photos are taken with the Fujifilm X-T2, NOT the GFX.) Late last month, Piet Van Den Eynde...

Learning to be a good photographer

Learning to be good at photography is a lot harder than most people let on. We’ve all heard it countless...

Depth of Field: Damien Lovegrove

Damien Lovegrove is a treasure trove of both photographic and business knowledge. With years of photographic commercial and wedding work...

Depth of Field: Dan Carr

I had the pleasure of working with Dan Carr online many years ago when we wrote for the same photo...

Depth of Field Podcast: Piper Mackay

Piper Mackay represents the dream of so many photographers out there. She was working a successful career and gave it...

Depth of Field Podcast: David Bergman

David Bergman is one of the nicest guys you’d ever meet. He is humble, unassuming and crazy good at what...

Depth of Field: Timothy Allen

I am starting a new “season” of the Depth of Field Podcast with the impressive work of Timothy Allen.  As...

New Video: So who is OFMP.ORG?

Introduction to The On Field Media Project from On Field Media Project on Vimeo. The On Field Media Project is...

The On Field Media Project, Teaching NGOs to Tell Their Own Stories

“Photographs are the portal to one’s first impression of a non-profit’s mission via their website. Having amateurs do that work...

Rajasthan Photo Trek Participants’ Work.

  Every workshop I lead I try to post some of my participants’ work that was shot during the workshop....

Guest Post: My first photography workshop

I fell in love with photography in high school. Unfortunately, I wasn’t willing to commit time or money to further...

Marco Pierre White and Greatness

Recently I watch an episode of Master Chef Australia that featured Chef Marco White. This is Master Chef Australia  not...

PetaPixel Playing With The Truth

    In a recent blog post the tech/photography site PetaPixel suggested a workaround for getting more camera gear on...

X-citing News

I am excited to announce that I am now listed as an Fujifilm X-Photographer. I, along with Malaysian Photographers Kim...

A Podcast: A conversation on the Fujifilm X System with Piet Van den Eynde #02

  Last year after the Rajasthan Photo Trek, Piet Van den Eynde and I decided to take a few minutes...

Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Favorites

Thanks Alou, Matt and Piet for the great time and all I had learnt in Rajasthan. Hope to join you...

Radha Gopinath Krishna Temple

Today we walked through the Chand Pol (main market) of Jaipur. We had not gone very far when I heard...

Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Work

   I wanted to post this a few days back but the internet has been sketchy. This is the first...

Ami Vitale: Ripple Effect

Every so often I like to post something just to inspire my readers. Especially if it is from a friend....

A Podcast: Mitchell Kanashkevich

Mitchell Kanashkevich is probably one of the most talented photographers I know. He has gotten that way by shooting continuously....

A little inspiration

httpvh://youtu.be/S3eSMVsRqww Mary Ellen Mark is one of the few real living legends in photography left today. Her images are full...

The Last Roll of Kodachrome

  If you’re a photographer and haven’t heard about Steve McCurry shooting the last roll of Kodachrome then you’ve been...

Rajasthan Photo Trek: Good to Great Part 2

  The Rajasthan Photo Trek 2013 is officially over and officially a resounding success! Not only did the participants have fun,...

Rajasthan Photo Trek: Good to Great

  I am very impressed with the images coming from this group. So much so, I want to share some...

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