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!
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
Welcome to PicturEd. A blog about the philosophy of photography. This weeks episode covers off objective ownership of a photograph.
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.
For about a year I’ve been interested in how Philosophy fits in with Photography. I wondered what prominent thinkers thought of photography – and was sad to discover that the beautifully interesting and complex behaviour was so limited in philosophical coverage. There are books, but very few, and even few recourses that are immediately recent.
Todays episode focuses on street photographers, public spaces, people and the law in Australia. I’m by no means a lawyer and what is discussed in this blog is purely my understanding of our law. Please read through the resources carefully so that you fully understand your rights for yourself.
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
Todays Episode is about the rules and guidelines of street photography. Street photography is an exploding subgenus of photography with a deep-rooted history, a plethora of “masters” and with it the associated traditions. For many, the guidelines that make up street photography are viewed more as must follow the rules. New, and emerging talents are already breaking those moulds and setting their standards alongside the ever-expanding access to advancing technology. The traditionalist values are under challenge while only existing for such a short time (relatively speaking), but the unique issue presented is the expansion of technology.
On todays episode of Photography Sunday, Ed discusses Instagrams upcoming changes to the like button and what it means for the future of sharing