Every single person can benefit from being more observant. Not just photographers, though photographers have the most to gain from being observant… (this is such a ‘duh’ moment… but humour me and do read on)
This is [...]
This is a guest post by Podcaster, John Arnold.
There’s no fighting it – the standard of modern day amateur photography is way better than it was even just a decade ago. The quality of the submissions I see on the PhotoWalkthrough flickr group is excellent – occasionally [...]
Black & White photography is obsolete. It is antequated, and exists for no reason at all, save our desire to see the world as we can’t see it. In Black & White.
Waiting is difficult to put up with in today’s fast paced world. There’s a tonne of things to learn out there, and we’d never get to learn all we want to learn, or do all that we want to do if we sat around waiting – doing nothing in that time.
But what of those [...]
A couple of days ago, Brian Auer posted a project on his blog where he invited people to use a photograph that he would supply and process it in Photoshop (or any other image editing software). The idea was to see how different people take an image [...]
Hi there… I need a bit of help; for a change, I need you, yes You… to share some information with me. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to photography or not, your opinion is welcome. [...]
Keep It Simple, Stupid
Remember the K.I.S.S. principle… It needs no introduction.
First the why
Why would you want to leave things out of a frame? More the merrier, right? The bigger, the better, right? [...]
How do you derive inspiration for your picture-taking? How do you stay creative? How do you get creative to start with? I’m hoping to open up some answers here, but you’re welcome to add to this list in the comments section.
Keep your mind open