Making a living out of professional photography in the digital age is not always what you might expect.
Perhaps this assertion can be rephrased by replacing photography with any other profession/skillset in the age of Internet and social media. Because, does it really matter at all these days what your specific skillset or profession is, to make a living through the use of Internet and social media? And is there, behind the label I attribute to myself to describe my profession, something else that is more generic and is the actual source of my income or anyone else’s income who uses Internet and social media to make a living?

Introducing a new section on my website that I call Column and will be filled with an opinion, current (photography) affairs or just another short thought related to photography. In any case they all only express a personal opinion. I tend to post to this column at least twice a month. I’m kicking off with ‘Cliches and authenticity’.

Announcing articles on 4×5 large format photography in the digital age, using a hybrid workflow, which will be an integral part of this website from now onwards.

Is a photograph of an existing artistic creation, such as a building or sculpture, derivative and can it therefore not be considered fine-art photography? Is it even plagiarism? An analysis and conclusions.

What is creativity? How elusive is it and can we learn creativity? This article tries to describe the creative process and what it really is based on an influential essay of military strategist John R. Boyd and then tries to apply it to the artistic process.