Category Archives: Thoughts on photography

Empowering photographs

Today I took what I hope is the first step on a road to combining my passion (photography) with my profession (counseling). I took part in an introductory course / lecture on a photo therapy method called Empowering Photography. The … Continue reading

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Going down the analogue path

Cool kids shoot film, a very cool friend of mine said. I didn’t think I was cool, but look what happened! I got my hands on a cute little Yashica-A (and more recently borrowed a Minox 35L from my dad) … Continue reading

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Rockin’ and shootin’ in the UK

Ah, busy and fun times. Autumn vacation from my day job gives me the chance to hop on a plane and fly away. All the way to the UK, which I love. Sure, visiting the one country where it’s bound … Continue reading

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Making or taking it?

This week I’ve been watching the free photo workshops at creativelive.com as it is their creativeLIVE Photo Week. A few basic technique sessions, a newborn photography workshop, a wedding photography workshop and half a rock photography lecture. (Half only because … Continue reading

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