It’s always sweet to find that unexpected reward in your photographs—that unexpected extra detail to make the shot an image.
You and your camera are a team, with a few simple tricks of good timing.
Challenge to Self: Write a short story for our times, using the oddest additions to Webster’s this year, including words I had to look up.
Photographers, like painters, present their vision of what they see to the world. Like painters, they’re artists. Talk with them about their art the same way.
When you’re in a car, itching to shoot what’s flashing by, but there’s a window and 75 mph between you and your fast-moving subjects, you can still shoot the scenery with these pro tips.
The impulse to distraction will always be with us. But to find focus, we can look within, where our own best experts live.
When you’re in a creative drought, just hit the road. Literally or virtually, you can juice your creative flow and find new ways of looking at old things.
It’s time for brands to quit wasting time on Facebook. Its familiarity is comforting, but the results for brands are not. What to do instead?
The marketplace is so crowded with content and platforms for sharing and communicating. Choice is a powerful thing. But it can leave little space for the creative ideas that are waiting to bubble up.
Look up. You can retrain your eyes to shoot above and beyond and indulge in some sky writing.
You won’t be noticed, much less discovered—there is too much competition from the entire global community for your one little drop in the big web bucket to get found. Instead, start local, where your roots are.
Did your (very) human eye see the scene you photographed and post-processed the way your HDR image looks? Not likely.
Being a publisher lets me do what I love to do: write, paint, photograph, read, design, learn, share, repeat.
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