Finding an element of a gesture with your subject adds so much to your photograph, even when no people are present.
Does staying unfocused on a specific project when out shooting allow us to speak more directly with our photographic voice in the long run?
Not everyone is going to like the work you create and that is actually a good thing.
Are you really “passionate” about photography, or other creative pursuit, or are you more passionate about the accolades creating your art can bring online?
Why do we insist on placing more value on the gear we use to create something than the creative vision we build to actually create?
With hundreds of posts over the years it’s useful to take a look at what the best performing articles have been. Here’s my top 5 of all time!
Are photos without people in them essentially just the equivalent of “B-Roll” footage for a cinematographer?
Are you a creative or a collector of tools and gear?
Lately I can’t stop thinking about the impact of words on our photography. The way in which our descriptions, or lack thereof, can give the photograph a totally different meaning. To the point where often the words can transform a fairly mediocre image into something viewed as being better than it really is. Take a…