Everyone wants to be a photographer either professionally, casually or just a hobby. Thanks to fast technological advancement, DSLR now are very affordable to everyone and the introduction of high-end Mirroless cameras made it more accessible – this shook the photography industry and rise eyebrows among pros and the purist, some say that Photographers (or even Videographers) now are “A dime a dozen” (hopping this claim ain’t true). Now-a-days you can see a lot of people almost everywhere with DSLR or a MILC hanging around their necks but the funny thing is that they don’t even know what’s a DSLR, PASM or even ISO stands for (Do they really have to?). I’m not being mean, it’s just a straight forward and honest observation. I’m not totally against any of that ’cause it’s everyone’s right to do what they want, whenever, wherever they want as long as they’re happy and not hurting anyone. Just for FUN’s sake let’s try to classify 12 different types of photographers. Continue reading
From the organizers of whatever workshops such as “The Peephole”, “Voyeurism – I See You But You Don’t See Me”, “I Love Insects But I Don’t Sleep with Them”, “Underage Boudoir Photography”, “Nature Photography – When Nature Calls” and “Workshop 101 – How To Organize Your Own Workshop After Attending One” delivers a whole new approach in photography workshop. This workshop will include all the lessons from the previous workshops plus a VIP discount card for a strip joint of your choice.