Category Archives: Photography

Don’t Cut the Horizon in Two

The first time I attempted to take pictures professionally was when I was ten years old.  It was on a trip to Florida with some friends of the family.  I fell in love with Florida’s lush vegetation and spacious ocean … Continue reading

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Ethics in Photography

Recently in Montreal, I was about to shoot a picture of a homeless man sleeping, and my friend jumped in front of the camera. “You can’t do that!” she said. “Why not?” “It’s an invasion of that person’s privacy.”  she … Continue reading

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Interpreting Art

And what do you think? No, no.  What do you think?  I think it’s strange.  Great.  Abominable.  I love it!  Throughout our knuckle dragging history we have always been fascinated with portraying the world around us.  From the caves of … Continue reading

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