Tag Archives: Photography Writing

Do Photos Really Tell Stories?

Here’s my latest article for Petapixel Magazine. Simply, I raise the question, do photographs tell stories, and I attempt to make the argument that they do not. At least not single photos. A group of images that make up a … Continue reading

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Street Photography and Photographing Children

Street Photography and Photographing Children A little good news. Petapixel, a very popular online photography magazine, has published the piece I wrote about photographing children in public without the parents’ permission. I’m pretty pleased about it. Give it a read … Continue reading

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