Author Archives: Branson

About Branson

Branson Quenzer has chased bygone eras in a vastly changing Chinese landscape for over a decade. He has a Master’s Degree in Economics, whereby he uses a paradigm of seeing the world through a system of interlinking processes and changes, to explore photography and the world. Please visit his website to see more or contact him through Facebook

Power on, set your camera to favorite mode, and adjust for light. Oh! And take the lens cap off and you are all set to shoot… smash down on that shutter button. If that is more or less how you go about getting your photos as a street photographer, then you are well on your way …

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There are many functions that modern cameras have.  But some of the old ideas that modern cameras can’t do away with are your aperture, your shutter speed and your ISO (i.e. sensitivity of the film to light or in digital cameras your sensor’s sensitivity to light). These all have very important relationships between each other …

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Do you want to get a little closer to a subject that you think would make a really good portrait?  And then, that little voice creeped in, giving you doubts.  Maybe it said, “You don’t know this person and what if they get angry?” Or maybe that voice said, “You don’t know their culture and …

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