I'm David Tesinsky from Prague and I'm an independent photographer of the subcultures, urban cultures, street stories and people's stories in general AKA reportage/social documentary photography.
I've made this series about “different” perspective of this city when you point your eyes up from Eiffel tower down to the ground to show that this city is not just a fake romance.
You have had your lightbulb moment. You have come up with a creative project idea and you are sure it will catapult your career to the high heavens. Now what? In this piece, we will discuss the steps you can take to bring your photography project to life.
The love for photography is always sparked by things both big and small. For Ukraine-based Irynka Hromotska, they were as big as her dad's lot of undeveloped films from his mountain trips, and as small as a few issues of National Geographic magazine.
Tibet is one of the most mesmerizing places on earth, especially in terms of history and culture. Tibetan Buddhism is just one of the facets through which we can see this, given that the Dalai Lama and his teachings have become part of global consciousness.
I have been shooting with my phone (IPhone 5S) and I found it hard to get a camera, and now i'm using a 200$ DLSR camera (Nikon D3200) with a basic lens (18-55mm) to shoot and from that I just learn that it doesn’t really matter what equipment you got, as long as you love what you do.. just do it with what you’ve got
I moved to Seoul from the US a couple years ago to be an English teacher. In college, I had studied photography, but I had given it up for almost four years after graduating.
While living in Korea, I got inspired and bought a cheap camera and lens and started shooting again.