Category Archives for "How-To"

Apr 25

#587. What does your photography stand for ?

By pascaljappy | How-To

One thing we can learn from the first round of the French presidential election is a complete rejection of traditional parties. The results have been called an anti-system landslide, much like President Trump’s. Let’s not get bogged down by the irony of calling a ENA / IGF / City-poster-child investment banker and a long-timer member […]

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Mar 01

#564. Welcome to the beach

By pascaljappy | How-To

Is the beach a better opportunity for street photography than the street itself? Reader Steffen Kamprath provides a compelling answer, following our call to contributions : A Force for Positive Change. Beyond the great photographs, I love the arguments and references. Thanks Steffen.   Hello fellow photo enthusiast, my name is Steffen Kamprath. I’m an […]

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Feb 17

#559. Are ballet dancers better photographers?

By philberphoto | How-To

For many weeks, my condition prevented me from any interaction with the outside world. During that dark time, Pascal sent me almost every day a “picture of the day”, complete with questions/reflections/musings on what is photography. Beyond the extraordinary friendship and generosity that this shows (what else is new, for those of us who know […]

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Feb 09

#557. pano(D)rama

By pascaljappy | How-To

This is a first reaction to our #555. Force for Positive Change call for reader engagement. Is it a guest post by Oliver, describing his trials and tribulations in creating wide-angle shots and panoramas. It is important for 2 reasons :   (1) Stitching is a greatly underrated technique that can give us medium format […]

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