It’s doesn’t make sense does it? The world is currently being told to follow their dreams, quit their 9to5 jobs and grind to be the best in what you love … Continue Reading Why I don’t want to be a commercial photographer
There’s a lot of information these days about the best practises of photography; mostly these are tailored to the trends and fads of photography. But the purpose of those articles and books are short lived tacts to provide a hobbyist insight, at a high level, into one of many techniques creatives use to produce bodies of work.
Does Camera equipment make the difference when it comes to artistic endeavours? Camera equipment, and what you should use and how much you should spend on new equipment is a … Continue Reading Photography Sunday – Ep.4 – Camera Gear
Ed explores an idea linking Platos cave to photography and existance
Apologies all! The podcast for this week has been delayed. The file was recorded but has corrupted so I need to re-record the episode. I’m aiming for the end of … Continue Reading Another update
Podcasting, as a hobby, is a little more intensive that I expected. In my mind getting a podcast started was an easy fun filled adventure of rainbows and fluffy white … Continue Reading State of the cast – an update on Photography Sunday’s
I’m back from my holidays with a lot to share. Today’s episode will be on Aesthetics and how its potentially changing the course of street photography. For those of you … Continue Reading Photography Sundays – Episode 11 – Aesthetics
During my European holiday, I envisioned lots of content to go up on Pictured. I felt as though I was ready to record heaps of podcasts and keep you all … Continue Reading Low Motivation Blues
Firstly, I’d like to apologies for the lack of posts on Pictured.Blog. I was hoping to post and share while I was away on my holiday in Europe. But to … Continue Reading European Holiday Over
I have a new process of thought when it comes to Photography. An idea struck me while I was listening to Philosophize This! A brilliant podcast I highly recommend if you want to learn more about philosophy in general. Today’s chat is about the philosopher Montaigne, Kafka, and what I’ve learned about how I’m approaching the philosophy of photography! I hope you enjoy!
Have you ever seen or read the claim that photographer X is pushing “photography to its limits by…” title? Has it ever frustrated you? It seems to be a trend … Continue Reading The farce of photography’s limits
John Berger was a fascinating mind, and one capable of understanding, without limitations, the total quality and uniqueness of each image he wrote about and viewed. He also understood the … Continue Reading Beyond a tool — the camera brought to life through the eyes of John Berger
It’s been a while since I went on a photowalk, but I went out with a group of friends to Fremantle yesterday to do some street photography. Yesterdays attempts where … Continue Reading PicturEd – Photo Gallery 1 – Fremantle