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
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
Today’s episode covers off some of my experience with online photography communities and also aims to discuss how they can be awesome if you find the right ones! Audio quality … Continue Reading Photography Sundays Ep. 9 – Communities
It’s not uncommon to be stuck, feeling unsure, bored or just plain uninspired as a photographer. Hell, I feel like that at the moment, and the light in my city … Continue Reading Photography inspiration for those with photographers block
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
I’m starting to feel under the weather; I’ve spent most of the winter avoiding the colds and flu’s going around and yet today I can feel it creeping up. This … Continue Reading PicturEd’s Beginnings or Why I made this Photo blog
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.
Objects are known to the aesthetic philosophy of art, however, what happens when one creates an object of art but the ownership of creation is compromised due to the process of creation? Join me as I do my best to explore this difficult ideas in todays podcast.
A photograph and short prose by Ed Fetahovic of a lonley man taken. Photograph was taken in Perth, Western Australia