A lot of you have asked if I'd be putting this image on some type of apparel, everything from t-shirts to hoodies and even totes has been requested. Well, I've finally decided to give it a test run! The hoodies are now available for purchase in both Black and Grey. This is a very limited run and there are only 2 days left to purchase the hoodie, so if you were one of those people who reached out to me, here's your chance!Read More
My $20 investment in VSCO X is hands down the best investment I've made into photography. They just keep coming with the presets. At first, it started off with just like 1 or 2 per month, but then they started to deliver full packs. So far we've looked at the Mobile Preset Pack, The Urban Series, The Portrait Series and now The Artificial Light Series.
If you Google "How To Get Better At Street Photography" a number of blogs pop up, each one telling you what technical skills you must possess to improve your street photographs. If you go to the second page you get some articles about gear... You might see some articles from myself, but yeah the majority of them are telling you lenses you should use, the best cameras and some inspiring photographs from photographers we consider the best.
All of this information is helpful, I mean to take street photographs you kind of need to understand the basics and having a camera is vital to the process, so I wouldn't consider figuring out which one best suits your style as a waste of time. But I would say, there some important information missing from these search results and that's health.Read More
Its been a while since we did one of these right? My VSCO X membership is coming to an end and for those who are wondering if I'm renewing it... You bet I am. For $20 I've gotten so much value! And it hasn't stopped, about a week back VSCO released yet another preset for VSCO X members.Read More
The Toronto vlog is finally live!Read More
How many people remember my interview with Eric Kim? This was a huge deal for me! I remember when I first started shooting street, his blog was one of the first that I came by. It was filled with so much information, but what was more interesting to me were the interviews he did with other street photographers. These interviews helped me discover so many photographers, Brian Day, Damian Vignol, Josh White... I could name so many. I just remember thinking, my work is going to be next to theirs... again it was just really exciting for me.
He sent me a series of questions and I analyzed them for days... I was like this is my moment, everything needs to be perfect. For those wondering I completely butchered this moment as there were so many typos and statements that didn't make sense... but that's beside the point. Once the questions were answered I scrolled down to the part where Eric had requested photographs...Read More
2017 was a pretty bad year for me, in fact, it might have been the worst year of my life. I know that sounds dramatic but it's true. Everything that could have possibly gone wrong, went wrong... My health deteriorated, relationships I had with people ended on a bad note and photography, well at times, I felt like it was last on my priority list.
I thought about doing my usual recap, but there was so much negativity in the first few paragraphs! I didn't want to start my year off like that, so I decided to leave it all in the past! This is a new start for me, the chance to hit the reset buttonRead More