In Spain…

Spain: home of paella, flamenco, sangria, horchata and lisps. A beautiful country rich in culture with modern conveniences, and architecture that will “wow” even the dullest of us. It’s quite different, historically, than Greece and Italy, for example. I guess what I’m trying to say is that it’s “less ancient” than the other two, at […]

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 […]

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 […]