Photography and Street Photography Blog

Not a commercial blog: no ads, no clickbait, no lies! Just a personal space where I can write blog posts and opinion pieces about what I like. You’ll read about street photography, living as an artist photographer, the Ricoh GR III and even psychology!

  • Street photography has had a huge positive impact on my mental health. In this blog post, I’m sharing with you—from my personal experience—how street photography can be good for your mental health. Read this even if you don’t have a camera. You’ll go out more often When we’re not feeling well, we can tend to…

  • I started street photography in the summer of ’22 after a love-at-first-sight experience. My GR III was my first camera and to progress, I imposed a simple rule on myself: no cropping! If you’re new in the photography game, read on, this can help you too. Don’t crop your photos Why would you crop a…

  • Here’s a personal story showing that even street photographers are targets for scammers. An exciting proposition… I was contacted on Instagram by a musician. He wanted me to take some shots specifically for an album’s cover. A photo licensing deal for an album. How exciting! I love music and I love the cover arts I…

  • Our beloved little Ricoh GR III has many modes for black-and-white photography. Did you know that you could even shoot in monochrome using the HDR mode? I took a few shots to try this out myself. Results? Interesting! Jump to the comparison. What is HDR photography? HDR means high dynamic range. The high dynamic range…

  • Do you have to shoot exclusively in black and white? Can street photography be in color? These are questions I asked myself when I was starting out. And I’m not the only one pondering about that after a quick search online. Your art, your choices Nothing is mandatory. We’re talking about art. It’s your art,…

  • Holding a camera in public and shooting around can be fearful and stressful. Having social anxiety or being an introvert doesn’t help either. I’ve been there… Here’s a method that worked really well for me. It will help you to get over your fear of holding a camera in public. Start with a familiar place…