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If You Want To Be A Photographer


Deciding And Decisive


Do You Remember?

Do you remember the first time you saw something photographic? Do you remember the first time you wanted to make a photograph? Do you remember WHY you wanted to make photographs? If you forget anything, don’t forget why. Take a photography class with Sam.


Know Your Rights As A Photographer


Did You See That?


I Hope You Make A Lot Of Mistakes


A Lesson From A Dog In Developing Your Photographic Style


Photography Is Not Math


Drawing Inspiration – David Hurn

Drawing Inspiration – David Hurn Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Photographing What You See And Photographing How You See


To Make Better Photographs, You’ve Got To Start Somewhere


Taking Responsibility For Your Photography


Photographing At Night


Feeling And Certainty


Drawing Inspiration – Amy Arbus

Drawing Inspiration – Amy Arbus Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


There Are Always At Least Two People In A Photograph


Lenses and Digital Camera Sensors

When it comes to digital camera sensors and the lens you put on your camera there are different scenarios that are possible and those different scenarios have different visual outcomes.

As a photographer you can use these outcomes as part of your composition.


Disappointment


Light


The Most Valuable Thing I Own As A Professional Photographer

Although I own equipment that allows me to do my job as a photographer the most valuable thing that I own by far is


Drawing Inspiration – Alec Soth

Drawing Inspiration – Alec Soth Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Two Different Approaches To Street Photography; Bruce Gilden and Joel Meyerowitz

If nothing else, Mr. Gilden’s approach reminds us, and his subjects, that there is no privacy in public.


Finding Inspiration In The Ordinary


A Good Photograph Involves A Good Thought Process


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