#816. Traveling Vietnam

#816. Traveling Vietnam

In late 2010, I traveled from Hanoi to Hue, to Ho Chi Minh City, jumped to Phu Quoc island and back, and made a boat trip all the way to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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#655. At the museum

#655. At the museum

Every once in a while I stumble upon photos that stick to my mind for a very long time. One of these was in Pascal’s “A tale of two OTI” back in 2015. In particular Philippe’s first image of all the skeletons lined up, looking in one direction. I was

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#469. It’s all about the comfort, stupid!

#469. It’s all about the comfort, stupid!

Remember the famous political one-liner: “it’s all about the economy, stupid!”? With the number of gear-related discussions on photo blogs, you could say the same: “it’s all about the gear, stupid!” Yet we all know that the “eye” of a photographer has a much greater influence on the end result

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#410. Building a brand as a photographer

#410. Building a brand as a photographer

Look carefully. Would you buy a print of this photograph ? Some readers will love it, others will hate it. As a whole, though, I expect some uninvolved mental “Yes” to be going on. “Would you pay 300€ for a 20″ piezzo print?” is getting more concrete and, with a

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#340. A thing or two Guitar Heroes can teach us photographers (a.k.a why lab rats will never be artists)

#340. A thing or two Guitar Heroes can teach us photographers (a.k.a why lab rats will never be artists)

Some people think of them as scruffy beer guts with tattoos and long hair but what rock guitarists really have is an artistic instinct that most photographers lack. In fact, could it be that all photographers need beer guts, tattoos and long hair to improve their craft? Probably not, but

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