Life With Leica: A Humble Message

I kinda stole the title from Thorsten von Overgaard‘s video, but I think it’s befitting here since, for some reason, having a Leica seems to be a big deal to many people, which oftentimes puts me in the spotlight, but I’m here to debunk that notion. Some photographers (at least, the ones who can afford […]

iFauxn 6

Apple has been talking smack about photography by saying that you can take phenomenally fantastic photos from the iPhone 6’s camera. The photos on their propaganda campaign are quite impressive, but I believe the following about cameras in general: All cameras can take great pictures, provided that the conditions for the cameras are met. — […]

Fauxtographic (D)Evolution?

The photographic world (as with many other categories) is riddled with the “what’s the best camera/gear” topic. I try not to get involved in these pointless discussions. In addition to that, there are more “philosophical” ones such as “it doesn’t matter what camera you use; it’s the photographer’s skill that counts”. This is a notion […]

Vacation Fauxtography

In The Return of the Jedi, Luke, Han, Chewie and Leia are on their way to Endor when they approach Imperial ships…. Han: “…Keep your distance, though, Chewie, but don’t look like you’re keeping your distance.” Chewie: “How the hell am I supposed to do that?” Han: “I don’t know. Fly ‘casual’.” So I’m here to say… […]