MACHEEN BLOG

  1. Why I Hate Shooting Around Other Photographers…But Love Shooting Around Other Photographers

    Once or twice a year I drag myself from the grip of my awkwardly contradictory, extroverted introversion and join the ranks of other photographers in shooting an event I end up regretting soon after I arrive. Parades, festivals, all the various “Cons”…I despise pretty much any event where photographers gather…

  2. Reignite Your Passion

    We all go through it. A rough patch where you can’t drag yourself to the gym, but have no problem dragging yourself to the kitchen. The thoughts of selling your photography equipment because you’ve convinced yourself that you suck and will never make the cover of National Geographic (or for…

  3. The Indecisive Moments

    The decisive moment…..a concept, popularized by photojournalist/street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, that focuses around all the elements of a photo coming together just right to create the perfect capture. It’s luck meeting preparation, or a visual representation of the feeling I get while pulling up in front of my building just as someone…

  4. Welcome to The Macheen

    Without much regret, I packed up my things and walked away from Instagram this week (ok, so I didn’t really pack anything up…I left my page open for viewing…or in case I change my mind in 3 weeks). As I stated in my final post, I have become disenchanted with the…

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