Tag: Photography

768x768_teal_quote of the day squareHow the visual world appears is important to me. I’m always aware of the light. I’m always aware of what I would call the ‘deep composition’. Photography in the field is
a process of creation, of thought and technique. But ultimately, it’s an act of imaginatively seeing from within yourself. —Sam Abell

Your Opinion Is Welcome

I have been hard at work with the Luminar app trying to learn the finer points of converting color photos into black & white. My question for you is, which photo below do you prefer? Extra gratitude will be channeled in your direction if you wish to say why you chose it. Thank you in…

Shoot Portraits Not People

Jason Siegel is an accomplished lifestyle, music and fashion photographer whose controversial art installation “Shoot Portraits, Not People” is set for debut in Aspen on Friday January 13th at The BLK MKT gallery. This creative and provocative exhibit is Siegel’s first non-photography based art project and displays photographic equipment built into high-powered weaponry, offering a look into the idea behind shooting portraits, not people—Vimeo

How many of us talk about shooting photos when we really mean that we took photographs?

I do.

This embedded video may influence your choice of words in the future. It has certainly captured my attention.

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Ambience has the power to uplift your mood. What have you photographed with exceptional ambience? —WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge This year our backyard rose garden attracted my attention as much as it did that of our neighbor’s bees. The early morning sunlight directs a golden shaft of light broadside across the tops of the rose bushes. As the…

Day To Night

…Photography can be described as the recording of a single moment frozen within a fraction of time. Each moment or photograph represents a tangible piece of our memories as time passes. But what if you could capture more than one moment in a photograph? What if a photograph could actually collapse time, compressing the best…

Who Are You?

Six photographers were invited to make a portrait of the same subject but they were each given different background information about him. To what degree is a photograph influenced by the pre-conceived ideas of the photographer? The answer may surprise you.  

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