Photography State of Mind

Cactus Blooms

I call myself a photographer but in fact I am an artist. In lieu of painting with oils, acrylics, or water color, I paint with light. After all, what is photography without light. It is not about the equipment, it is about how your eye perceives the light falling on a subject and capturing it in your equipment. It is about …

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What If The Magic Is Gone?

Alley

What if I’ve lost it? What if the magic is gone? What if I never capture a good shot again? We have all asked ourselves these questions. There are times when we can’t seem to capture so much as a marginally good picture even if our lives depended on it. The more we focus on it, the worse our results …

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Breaking All The Rules

Stairs

One of the first things I learned when I started taking pictures was how to break all the rules. Actually, it wasn’t so much that I broke all the rules but rather that I didn’t have a clue what the rules are. I just knew what I did and didn’t like so I learned (and continue to learn) through a …

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Emotion In Photography

Oldest

For me, photography is all about emotions. I believe that photography is a glimpse of who we are inside. Certainly we express how we feel about a subject through our shots, but the real excitement begins when we are able to capture moments in such a way that the viewer recognizes and actually feels that emotion within them. Perhaps it …

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Move In Closer

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One of the quickest ways to improve your pictures when you are just getting started with photography is to move in much closer. Often times the biggest difference between a casual snapshot and an incredible moment captured is as simple as how close you are. If it feels like your photographs are missing something or they just aren’t grabbing attention, …

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