There is an idea that is floating in my mind since a while. I managed to somewhat express it with a tweet a couple days ago, and I think it could be the topic for a nice photography discussion. As you may have guessed, it’s about AI cameras. Here it is: The matter of this… Continue reading AI cameras
One of the common observations regarding the Ricoh GR is that the whole concept of a compact camera seems obsolete — or at least redundant — in an era where we already carry a camera phone in our pockets. The dubt grows as we consider modern smartphones feature good quality cameras, thanks mostly to their… Continue reading Ricoh GR vs iPhone
We are constantly proposed ways for becoming successful. YouTube videos, courses, books. The aggressive marketing of these products is a reflection of a great interest into this topic –– becoming successful –– but what is success? And how does it relate to photography? When we think of success, we usuall picture money, luxury, nice clothing,… Continue reading Becoming a successful photographer
Yes I tend to talk a lot about smartphone cameras, and for good reasons. First, we always have them with us and they got to a point when they provide decent quality even if you print the photo with a 18×15 cm or kinda A4 size. Which is more than enough for most of us.… Continue reading About exposure, white balance and smartphones.