This year hasn’t been filled with travels yet, so we decided to change that and booked tickets to go to Vietnam for a week. There was no plan and no list of things to do, for the first time we decided to take it as it goes and just hopped on a plane with the whole country in mind but nothing in particular. Firstly, our … Continue reading Hustle and Bustle of Saigon, Vietnam.
Hello friend, I was wondering what kind of travel photographer are you? Are you visiting a country with a checklist of places to photograph or are you going with the flow and shooting what happens to appear in front of your lens? I suppose there is no right or wrong answer, but I noticed that there are two trends: 1. If you go and photograph … Continue reading Are You Going on Adventure or Ticking off the Checklist?
Everyone is tempted to draw a certain line at the end of the year, which I guess provides a certain psychological closure on a pathway to a better and newer you… at least in theory. Last year was quite an amazing year for me professionally, and in terms of my personal photography as well. I met so many great people, some of who turned into … Continue reading My favourite 2017 images (a year shot with Fuji)
When I started taking photos for work, I had Canon EOS 1100D, which is a very basic level cropped-frame DLSR camera, but still you can totally take decent photos with it if you have a good lens in your bag… but I remember how it bugged me to go to some event, and I have this shitty DSLR and everyone would have a fancy 5D … Continue reading My Story of That Last Thing I need to get or You Already Have All You Need for Happiness.