What does X-Men, The Carbon Rush, and The Boondock Saints all have in common? The answer is Byron Martin, film producer extraordinaire whose projects also include The Chronicles of Riddick, Death Race (with Jason Statham), Resident Evil: Afterlife, and even two American Pie movies.
I have a secret to share…I have been experimenting lately with black and white photography.
Colour, of course, will always be my passion. But in my personal feeds, I can’t seem to escape the tone, mood and dramatic beauty of the black and white picture. I have become a huge fan.
Using her Ricoh camera as a means to express her artistic photography, Theresa Groth is a photographer who has definitely captured my attention in the area of bnw. I am so excited that I got a chance to connect with this amazing and up-and-coming street photographer! Can’t wait to share her with you!
There is a quiet war on the streets about what kind of camera you are using to capture your photos. For some photographers, it is a fancy DSLR camera, complete with a variety of lens and a snazzy camera bag. For others, it is the ubiquitous iPhone, or some other device that slides in and out of your pocket.
Who wins? I know in my previous article, 7 Reasons Why the iPhone 6 is My Camera of Choice, I was very clear on my preference of cameras. But, I thought of putting personal bias aside and discovering if there is more to this DSLR and smartphone issue than meets the eye? As a street photographer, I am always trying to improve my craft. I feel it is time for me to take a look at this camera war a bit more seriously and weigh out the pros and cons of each camera type.
It is hard to believe, but I met James back when I was about 13 years old. He was dating my bestest friend, Elyse, and we would often all hang out. James would sometimes ride my friend on the back of his motorcycle. Even back then, he radiated coolness.