A couple of thoughts to give you a bit of a break from the relentless stress and chaos in the world today.
Finding an element of a gesture with your subject adds so much to your photograph, even when no people are present.
While often photography is serious in nature, I find myself drawn to the quirky, humorous moments seen in everyday situations.
What stories do you tell, do you feel, when you share your photographs?
Does staying unfocused on a specific project when out shooting allow us to speak more directly with our photographic voice in the long run?
An early August sunrise experience at Carey Lake near Hibbing, MN that provided a jolt of pure creative energy.
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?
Nature gives us beauty everywhere we look and that includes underfoot. Sometimes we need a reminder not to step on beauty.