You may be surprised just how much shooting daily with your phone can work as a stand in for shooting film.
Make photos, dump them on a hard drive, pick one or two to post to Instagram, rinse and repeat. But how often do we take time to enjoy the images we missed? Are we missing creative opportunities due to haste?
Ask any photographer out there where they would love to travel and spend time making photographs and you’ll get bombarded with suggestions. But can those trips actually harm your long term creative vision?
It’s incredibly hard to create photographs when you’re outside your comfort zone. It’s worth working at to expand your toolbox, so keep at it.
Photography, creativity, and art are not always glitz and glam. At times we need to get down and dirty with our cameras to successfully capture our vision. Let’s get down and dirty…
Let me show you how to turn harsh mid-day sunlight into moody moonlit night! Super simple to do RIGHT IN CAMERA!
What will you do with the hard drives full of photos in the future? What will your family do when you pass on? Something we need to consider.
New gear and extravagant travel WILL NOT make you a better photographer. Only you can make that happen, here’s how.
We all struggle with feeling creative satisfaction. Here is ONE sure fire way to increase that satisfaction, no gimmicks, no click bait.