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An Encounter with a Tengerrese Horseman at Mt. Bromo

I’ve been asked many times about how I go about shooting portraits. I normally remember an old quote by Abraham Lincoln which goes “If you are given 8 hours to chop down a tree, spend the first six sharpening the axe” or something along those lines.  In my case though, I would spend the same proportion of time talking to the […]

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Good Photography is Like Striking Jackpot

My mentor Lance loves analogies. He could compare teaching photography to teaching salsa, using studio lights to driving cars, shooting to fishing, farming and hunting, and the list goes on. My favourite analogy is one where he compared getting a good photograph to striking a jackpot on a slot machine. What Makes a Good Photograph Anyway? So what makes a good […]

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