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Hey, I’m Josh, Welcome to my website.
This is my website, which I started in April 2011, where I teach photography in an easy to understand manner. Part of the reason I started this site is because I was frustrated with the poor quality content on the internet, which would hardly even use photos to help their point. I decided that I wanted to do things my own way, and create content that I would actually read, so that’s what I did. I hope you like it.
I’ve written over 250 posts on this website, and they’re ordered into categories here, so be sure to check them out.
I don’t typically do much to my photos after I’ve taken them. This has stemmed from the fact that although I love photography, I don’t love sitting at my computer for hours and painstakingly going though them. This has meant that my skill as a photographer has had to develop so that I can get it right in the camera the first time round.
I’d consider myself a relaxed person who’s photography career has progressed from doing a hobby that I love. I enjoy capturing all situations with my camera, as you can’t really beat the feeling of getting a perfect shot. And that is what I strive for; day in, day out. Only in taking photos everyday can you really see where you’ve gone wrong and where to improve
My style is very candid and natural and I find studio conditions try to force a natural looking shot that just can’t be replicated when doing portraits. I do my utmost to make people laugh or smile naturally when I take their photos as it looks so much more real and genuine when people aren’t being self conscious about what they look like. This is why I love candid photography; people aren’t aware of the photo being taken and you can wait til they look just right to take it.
I do my best to take as few of the same shots as I can; instead focusing on taking them well rather than many shots poorly. I take my time to compose a shot and let my subject warm up to the camera, which I feel provides better results and a more relaxing environment.