Joshi Daniel on Nine Years of Photoblogging

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In his portraits, photographer Joshi Daniel draws out the inner light of his subjects and the stories they hold in their faces. In 2008, he launched Joshi Daniel Photography to share his passion for documenting the people around him. Here, Joshi shares how he’s grown as a photoblogger and what he’s learned along the way.


How has your photoblog evolved over the years?

I started my photoblog to share the images of people I shoot, and all this time I was able to stick to that. Over the years, I’ve moved from close-up portraits to more wide-angle images, to GoPro images and now to 28mm portraits.

I’ve always tried to keep the design and color palette of my blog minimal, with black and shades of gray tones. Eventually, I started learning CSS customization through trial and error. It was very exciting and I spent days to make the site…

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