That was the question posed after a recent class. Here’s the answer. Anywhere we can see. All we do is see and, if the light effects us in a manner that initiates and impulse to create a photograph, take out a…
Assuming our eyes are functioning in a manner in which we can see, as photographers, we are seeing as all humans see. There’s nothing special/unique about what/how we see as humans. What makes each of us unique is how we…
Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. http://www.mocp.org/collections/permanent/callahan_harry.php http://masters-of-photography.com/C/callahan/callahan.html Who are the photographers that inspire you? Please leave your comments and replies below.
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I have made what I think are truly unique pictures and I’ve made pictures that are mundane and common.
When I examine the experience of making photographs that I consider unique,the best way I can describe that experience is in the following manner:
When I examine the experience of making photographs that I consider unique,the best way I can describe that experience is in the following manner: I seem to lose track of time, my mind is calm/there is no distracting self-questioning of my decisions and I seem to have a heightened/precise awareness. Some refer to this state as working in a “flow” or with “no-mind”.
Thank you for purchasing reproductions of my photographs for personal display use. In order to keep a handle on the experience of purchasing prints and the quality of the prints I’d appreciate your comments on the following: Was the process…
The composition of your photograph should be filled with intent. If you, or your camera, are picking exposure settings in a haphazard manner, or based solely on the amount of light that you are working with, the composition of your photograph is lacking the visual depth…
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