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“It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter because you can invent things. But in photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary.”

Has digital photography made us lose touch with the art of patience? In a world that constantly pushes us to go faster and faster, what do we gain by slowing down? As a photographer, these are some of the questions that might come to mind when reading art historian Jennifer Roberts’ thoughtful article written for […]

There are few people today that would argue with the suggestion that Alfred Hitchcock is one of history’s finest filmmakers. His storytelling and mastery of the visual art form has captivated many millions across the world, and continues to do so. There is a timeless quality to his works that seemingly breaks through all boundaries […]

One of the photographers whose works that I have been really admiring lately is Alexander Rodchenko. I can’t quite remember how or when I first came across Rodchenko’s work, but I immediately felt there was something about his photos that was captivating. It’s often hard to express why we like a certain visual style, but […]