Democritus– one of the best (OG — ‘original gangster’) pre-socratic philosophers:
It is evident that the new Leica M10 is the best digital rangefinder for street photography. The camera is fantastic. Let me share more of my experiences shooting with the Leica M10 and the Leica 28mm f/2.8 Elmarit lens in ‘real life’:
I see this sucker mistake being made all the time in modern society; we mistake activity (answering emails, swiping and typing on our phones) for achievement. What we must focus on is effective, meaningful, and purposeful activity — in order to achieve what is substantial to us!
I borrowed my friend Dav’s new Digital Leica CL for the weekend in Singapore– and man, I was blown away.
I’ve shot with all the cameras in the world, and I can easily say that the RICOH GR II is the best camera for street photography. Why? Let me explain:
A recognition: to seek true happiness, wisdom, and self actualization; focus on unlearning in life, not “learning”.
I’ve achieved my dream of living nomadically and pursuing my passion of photography. I want to share a little bit of how this lifestyle is, and why I enjoy this lifestyle.
If you’re traveling, shoot street photography at the airport!
New upcoming products from HAPTIC INDUSTRIES:
Simple question: why share photos?
Saigon is my favorite city in the world. Why? Let me share:
Compositions sketches with iPad and screenshot tool:
Here’s some practical life hacks and travel hacks for you:
Sounds like a basic question: but what’s better for photography or street photography: black and white or color?
MY FIRST PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK (Print Edition): Pick one up for your child or yourself! Only in a limited print run of 20 copies:
VSCO phone street photography:
A photography composition lesson: take photos from very far (or very close) to show a sense of scale.
Don’t miss out your opportunity to pick up a signed first edition copy of SUITS > (only 19 copies available!)
A fun idea: start a photography project based on your passions or side hobbies!
The rolling stone gathers no moss, you’re the boss
A photolosophy idea: by photographing at a close proximity to your subjects, you’re more likely to feel the emotions of your subjects. And the closer you are to your subjects and the closer you frame them (with a wide angle lens), the more emotional connection your viewer can feel from your photos!
Currently reading the Aeneid, super inspired:
RICOH GR II in JPEG positive film preset, with Lightroom iPad additional contrast processing: