7 Sports Photography tips inspired by Coach Beilein!

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Photographing sports for Mgoblog is fun, Basketball is just -pardon me- over the hoop for me. Ace and David are great folks to work with...And, I would have never guessed that the orange ball could take over my European love for real Football (aka Soccer). The reason? Coach Beilein. Seriously, he is amazing - I am not talking much about his coaching ability - But his very active, graphic and energetic way of living the ga...

The other face of Kilimanjaro

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From the end of 2011 to the beginning of 2016, I dedicated most of my time for a social documentary about the working conditions of the Kilimanjaro Porters.For the project, I spared no expense to follow the daily life of a young Tanzanian: David.He was a friend, but through the experience, the exchanges, and time spent together he became a brother to me.No project is easy, even more when it comes to film! The unbelievable...

PaP: Our New Adventure!

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A good photographer captures the world as he sees it. Framing a story is highly connected to who you are as a person. Don't be foolish: it is a difficult exercise to create a true representation of your surroundings. The answer is completely connected to your personality and will determine your choices:From cutting part of the elements out, to choosing, ranking and scaling them. In the same way, it will determine w...

Follow them: Ciprian and Razvan

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Paris is my city. It is where I spent all my childhood. Each corner of the city resonates in me, through memories and feelings. When it comes to photographing Paris, I am always very picky and demanding. Recently, I have been introduced to the work of Ciprian and Razvan, the two brothers behind the Studio Emotion Paris Photographer. I have been positively stunned by their own way of photographing the city of Love. Fram...

Tips: 5 ways to help your friend's business

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A few days ago, I gave a ride to Chris, one of my best homies in Ann Arbor. Through our conversation, he asked me how my business was doing and if he could do anything to help.  It was very kind of him. Since his question, I have been thinking about a few things that we can do to help our Artist Friends (or Small Business Friends) without too much commitment. EncouragingI might seem silly but people rarely encourage ...

Marc-Gregor Campredon