Phoblographer Interview

Phoblographer Interview

Written by ian robert knight

Travel Photographer, Bangkok

A small excerpt from the Phoblographer Interview

Photographer Ian Knight has travelled around to many places in Asia and as a trained portraitist, combined photographing people with the art of documenting the everyday occurrences around us. While street photography isn’t tough enough for many, it becomes even tougher when you put language barriers on you and not always knowing what areas you should be in. But Ian adapts, and shares with us some of his best advice when it comes to shooting street images internationally.

One of his best points: zoom with your feet.

Read more at www.thephoblographer.com

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