Posts Tagged ‘thinking’

Looking For Your Photographic “Style” ?


Am I A Stupid Or A Lazy Photographer?


Photographic Composition – Thinking about creativity? Maybe that’s not such a good idea.

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”.


I’m Not Paying Attention To The Composition Of My Photograph


Taking Pictures Or Making Pictures: What’s the Difference?

The words we choose are important and they can change your mind when it comes to your photography.


Your Camera. Do You Need A Better One?


About Being A Better Photographer

Photography Tips From A Photography Teacher That Are Intended To Help You To Be A Better Photographer Being a Better Photographer is an area of the Sam D’Amico Photography website. The content of Being A Better Photographer mainly consists of short posts inspired by conversations during his photography classes. The posts are intended to get […]


What Should I Charge For My Photography?

What you charge for your work is a personal matter and should be based on your unique circumstances.

Since I’m not you, I can’t tell you what to charge for your work and no one else should either but here’s a few guidelines to get you thinking.


When You Need More Light

He mentioned the right reasons for purchasing an external flash unit, which I think are more power and more versatility than the pop-up units on the camera can deliver.


Are you Considering Stock Photography?

If you are considering making a venture into stock photography what should you consider?


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