Photograph Human Affairs

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Photography is about photographing, documenting and creating images that have to do with human affairs.

Anything human is good.

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The best life is around and interacting with other human beings.

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So in-so-farmuch as you can, surround yourself with as many people as you can (socially distant or not), and document and live your life!

PHOTOGRAPHY 101

Dear friend,

If you’re new to photography, start here:

  1. The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Mastering Photography
  2. Free Photography Bootcamp
  3. 100 Photography Tips for Beginners

Photography is Everything!

Photography Tips


Photography Articles

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Photography Techniques


Everyday Photography

RICOH GR II selfie in mirror, double eye surreal. Prague, 2017

RICOH GR II selfie in mirror, double eye surreal. Prague, 2017

Color Photography 101

Photography Philosophy

Photography Inspiration

The Fundamentals of Photography


Photography Equipment »

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Creativity »

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Motivation »

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Post-Processing

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How to Create a Body of Work

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Technical Photography Settings

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Learn From the Masters of Photography

MASTERS PROTOTYPE by HAPTIC

“He without a past has no future.”

Start here:

  1. Why Study the Masters of Photography?
  2. Great Female Master Photographers
  3. Cheat Sheet of the Masters of Photography
  4. 100 Lessons From the Masters of Street Photography
  5. Beginner’s Guide to the Masters of Street Photography
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The Masters of Photography

Prague, 1968. Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos

Prague, 1968. Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos

Classics never die: