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15/06/2013 - 11:40 AM

The Other Side Of The Camera

conradSince my youth, taking photos has almost always meant being behind the camera. I started taking photos because I wanted to have memories of outings, holidays and family gatherings, and it was me who captured pictures of the other family members, and of the sights we saw. Apart from the odd holiday s...

AliceLuisePhotography Welcome to the wonderful world i live in as a photography student! Well i could start by saying that photography great and that its the best lesson! But.. well in some ways it is and in some ways it is not. Working with other students, some times can be helpful and also a hindrance, for insta...

31/10/2011 - 10:12 AM

"I Was There"

conradA comment someone made on one of the photos in my portfolio that isn't exactly the most striking one of all, and my reply to his comment, reminded me of a sketch by Max Boyce, whose humour I learned to appreciate when I was living in Wales. The title of his sketch was a bit longer than the title of ...

25/03/2009 - 9:16 AM

Capturing an Experience

conradSome time ago I came to the conclusion that we can't capture experiences with photography, just part of what we see. So often have I taken pictures in situations which I thought were great, with stunning views, memorable scenes, etc., but even if there was technically nothing wrong with the pictu...

01/09/2008 - 5:47 PM

Beanbag Experience

conradFor a recent trip to Stavanger, I decided not to make my luggage heavier than necessary. Until then, I'd always put my tripod in the biggest bag or suitcase, the one that is checked in at the airport. This time I decided not to take a tripod, but travel a bit lighter. Trouble was, a pocket-sized ...