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The Russian That Saved The World

The Russian That Saved The World

His name was Vasili Sergeyevich Arkhipov, he was a Soviet Naval officer.
On October of 1962 right in the middle of the Cuban missile crisis the Soviet Submarine Foxtrot type B-59 with nuclear torpedos was spotted near Cuba, eleven US Navy destroyers and one US aircraft carrier surrounded the Soviet submarine and despite being in international waters they started to launch depth charges, so the Soviet submarine dove deeper, by doing so they had no way to communicate with Moscow so the captain of the submarine, Valentin Grigorievitch thought that they were already at war with the United States,

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We All Live In A Yellow Submarine

We All Live In A Yellow Submarine

It seems that musicians do not have the problems that photographers have, and what problem am i talking about? well, the problem that we are afraid to be different, because if you are different then you will be thrown out of the community of the well behaved and tradition keepers, and once you are thrown out… Continue Reading

Perception And Photography

Perception And Photography

Perception is ; The ability to see, hear or become aware of something through the senses. How can you photograph something that you can not see? And i am not talking about our eyes, but about what you are aware. Example; Continue Reading

What Type Of Street Photography Are You In

What Type Of Street Photography Are You In

The most common one is street photography aimed at art, and then there’s the not so common one aimed at the story and not at art. One is an artistic approach the other one is a Journalistic approach. Continue Reading

The Parts Off A Photograph

The Parts Off A Photograph

I decided to write about this because i see a lot of new photographers giving to much importance to secondary things and not enough importance to the main things in a photo. The parts of a photograph are prioritized according to a hierarchy of value. #1 is the most important and the rest go down… Continue Reading

Why Do People Get Discouraged About Photography

Why Do People Get Discouraged About Photography

Quick and fast answer to “Why people get discouraged about photography” is “The photographer is a follower, he/she is not an independent thinker” In other words you look at others and compare yourself, you are trying to compete, or you are trying to copy what they have acomplished, there’s nothing wrong with copying but what’s… Continue Reading

Who Are You

Who Are You

What does your personality have to do with photography? read on. Our basic instinct when we are growing up is to hate ourselves because we have a few different personality weirdnesses or oddities and we have to hide them because we want to be accepted by the crowd , so being different is almost a… Continue Reading

Why I Gave Up On Photography

Why I Gave Up On Photography

I started my photography hobby in 1965 at the tender age of 12 years old, then after 20 years i gave it up because i got tired of not being able to get the photos i wanted, plus i had more important things to think about that were taking all my attention, like making money… Continue Reading

Why I Chose Street Documentary Photography

Why I Chose Street Documentary Photography

Is it street photography or is it documentary photography? How about the new, just released type of photography called ” Street Documentary Photography” I don’t know how new types of photography starts and who gives them the name so i am starting this new type of photography, and i am doing so because somebody has… Continue Reading

Good Photo Or Interesting Photo

Good Photo Or Interesting Photo

The gods of photography should change the definition of good photo to interesting photo. A quote from a very famous and successful National Geographic photographer said; “The main rule that useful pictures have to follow is “Don’t Be Boring” don’t ever be boring,be interesting, and if a picture is interesting,then it can break all sorts of… Continue Reading