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Drawing Inspiration – Elliott Erwitt – 0520-2018

Drawing Inspiration – Elliott Erwitt Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. “Quality doesn’t mean deep blacks and whatever tonal range. That’s not quality, that’s a kind of quality. The pictures of Robert Frank

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Drawing Inspiration – Amy Arbus – 0429-2018

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.

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Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography

Being A Photographer – Goals and Immediate Effort (Process) In Our Photography There’s what we intend to do (goal) and the effort needed to realize the goal (process). When we fixate on the goal we don’t pay attention to process.

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Question: What is the best thing about a DSLR?

In my mind, it’s the portability and range of composition elements that it offers, portability being one of ‘em. Study And Practice Photography With Sam

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Improving Our Lighting

In my mind lighting is something that’s being done. It’s an activity/process that photographers can engage in. Light is something that stimulates our sight and makes things visible. Before we can improve our lighting, we need to understand light. That

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Now We See It Now We Don’t

Ya’ ever see something and you think that what you’re seeing would make a great photograph but what you see is so fleeting that you don’t have time to take out your camera to make the photograph? Yup, me too.

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Mind Over Matter

A camera is matter. While we may operate a camera as photographers, It’s our mind that drives the operation of the camera to get the pictures we create. While our cameras matter (and are matter), our mind matters the most.

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VIDEOS – Seeing, Thinking and Photography

Seeing, Thinking and Photography Assuming our eyes are functioning properly, we see. Usually our mind generates thoughts about what we see. As photographers, our mind often generates the thought, ” I gotta’ make a picture of that”. The videos below

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Some Tips For “Artistic” Photography.

Don’t think about producing “art”. Produce pictures that reflect your mind. Each of our minds perceive what we see differently. If art is “unique” and our perceptions are different, then it seems to me that if we create photographs based

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A Question From A Photographer.

Here it Is: “I have a beautiful new DSLR camera but I’m mostly on auto mode because I don’t have to tweak all the settings. How do professionals set up their cameras for each shot?” Here’s my Answer: “Whether professionals

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