Urban Wanderlust: Embracing the Bohemian Tapestry of Life

Urban Wanderlust: Embracing the Bohemian Tapestry of …

There’s a certain bohemian flavor in sitting at the table and working in pajamas, much like I’m doing right now. Taking a break from societal norms and immersing myself in work in a state of undress feels liberating. Before me…

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With a bit more intelligence I would quit

With a bit more intelligence I would …

“With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” Or the unique and marvelous paradox of the artist’s work. “With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” a phrase uttered by the artist in the interview with Giacometti when this great…

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How to capture Plants and Textures  in Black and White Photography

How to capture Plants and Textures in …

In the world of black and white photography, discovering the potential of texture requires a strategic approach. From my perspective, the journey begins by thinking in monochrome from the outset—translating colors into a grayscale canvas. 1. Previsualization is Key: To…

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Bridging Traditional and Digital Realms in Photography

Bridging Traditional and Digital Realms in Photography

  Embarking on a captivating exploration through the diverse realms of traditional and digital photography reveals an intricate interplay and notable differences. Stepping out from the sanctuary of an analog studio, where the artistry of film held undisputed sovereignty, the…

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The koan of daily life

The koan of daily life

  A Tibetan Monk asks the sense of a tedious job when it would be better to meditate to send energy and evolve. A manager asks what sense to work like a mule when the end of the day you…

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