There is of course no shortage of photography-related material on the web but at times finding the really useful ones can be a tiring task. Here is a list of blogs from around the world that are worth your attention. I left a few incredible blogs out of this list simply because they are already featured on other winning lists while trying to include some that are not on any list but deserve to be.
About Sephi Bergerson
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Entries by Sephi Bergerson
While there are thousands of photography books in the market it is not such an easy task to make a list of ten books on the subject of photography. I could think of four or five off the top of my head but the rest were a problem. Starting with the books I’ve already read I asked friends and colleagues about their own favorites.
You might not realize it yet, but this is as big, or even bigger than the invention of the digital camera. In the pocket of your shirt or in the zipper of your bag lurks no less than the most inspiring and innovative imaging system in the history of photography. Under the innocent phone cover of your iPhone lies a powerful tool that is changing the way we work and think as photographers.
You must strive to find your own identity as a photographer in order to create your own visual style. Your style will be a reflection of who you are as a person and will certainly be unique.
The iPhone camera is quickly moving to center stage and I am loving it. I have also just received a new camera strap from the good people at BlackRapid and can now carry my iPhone with me attached to the strap itself. Very convenient. I can’t wait for this camera to have a 12 megapixel […]
Shooting a portrait of an artist can be a tricky thing. It goes without saying that it cannot simply be a picture of how the artist looks like but mainly needs to say who he or she is, or at least give us some directions and hints. This is of course true for any portrait […]
My recent post about the question of originality ‘What is an original photograph? Do you create original work?‘ showed a couple of examples of similar images shot by different photographers raising the question of influence and intent. The comment thread on this post brought up some new angles and questions about originality and creativity that […]
I have just read an interesting post called ‘How Not To Be Taken Seriously’ on a blog owned by @GuyTalPhoto that I came by on twitter. Guy tells a story about creating “art” that is a little too much inspired by another artist. The post gives a nice story about a musician who came for […]
I have always believed that every photographer should at all times be engaged in a long-term personal project. I am so committed to this idea that it would not be an exaggeration to say that my main work is personal and the assignments are there to enable me to keep working on these personal projects. […]
iPhonography is the term that I thought would fit better to what I can see as a completely new field of photography that is coming up all of a sudden. I ran a search online and it seems I was a bit behind on what was going on in this field and there are many […]