15 Mar One Year After the Lockdown: A Photographer’s Perspective
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March 11th, 2020 was a day of global significance as the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. March 15th, 2020 was also a significant day… for me. It was my last pre-pandemic day of shooting on the streets of Vancouver. Like many of my photography colleagues – both professional and hobbyists alike – we had to learn to approach our photography differently in a new post-pandemic world. Many photographic industries came to a complete halt or became heavily restrictive, such as travel and wedding photography, and in-person workshops. In addition, in many cities street photography was next to impossible as curfews, social distancing rules, and the lack of people turned cities into ghost towns. As a street and travel photographer, gear reviewer, writer and content creator, how would I adapt my photography during the lockdown? Initially, I decided to use the lockdown time to catch up on older projects. I take tons of photos but don’t always have time to edit them all. I also start many reviews, articles and videos, but often don’t finish them. I thought I would spend the next few months revisiting older projects and start pumping out an insane amount of content while […]
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