Photography Week


ne of the most commonly asked questions when I announce a workshop in the city is, “What happens if it rains?” Well, so long as we’re not talking about precipitation on a biblical scale, all the better I say. Obviously, we need to take care of the equipment we’re using, but wet surfaces, puddles and even something as simple

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