Posts Tagged Technique

A Technique for Editing Your Photography…

I'd like to share with you one particular perspective on editing your photography which might add to your own thoughts about your workflow. That is this; that the making of considered choices throughout your workflow is all part of the editing process. And, if your choices can be based upon your own set of 'vision and values', then it will help you to build and shape your art, and bring your vision to life in a way that is uniquely your own....

Two photographs from Two very different cameras…

Here are two photographs made with two very different, but unique cameras. Can we see the difference? And, should it make any difference to how we judge the photographs? See for yourself...

Creativity and the Photographer

This is not a discussion about the rule-of-thirds, composition or other such things. I'd like to take you to a different place, with perhaps a fresh perspective. I am certain there are no easy formulas. Yet, I think there are a few helpful ideas which can guide us. Let me share two in particular....

Becoming a photographer: Learning To See – Part 2

Strange as it may sound, one of the limitations we have as photographers, are our eyes. Our eyes are highly functional. They simply see what is in front of us. Therefore, the temptation to photograph only what we can physically see, is very powerful. However the results as I discovered, are often sterile photocopier images; nice pretty pictures, well exposed, but nothing more... This realisation was a huge breakthrough for me. It propelled my journey of photography down new paths.