Definition of “Nostalgic” = feeling or inspiring nostalgia: such as. a : longing for or thinking fondly of a past time or condition! This subject today requires some “digging in to the past”. Such as: Places you’ve been Things you have done People you remember Objects from a certain period of time Good memories with friends Finding things that bring back memories One of the … Continue reading HOW TO TAKE PICTURES OF “SOMETHING NOSTALGIC”
Day Four: “Natural World” — Leading Lines A good photographer is a constant observer. Out in nature, we have opportunities to watch and study a scene, from big, sweeping changes — like the sky at dusk — to the tiniest details, like the subtle bends in bare branches in the Nevada desert: Today, capture the natural world: snap a moment outside, big or small. From … Continue reading DAY 4 OF 10: LEARNING TO ACTUALLY “SEE A PHOTO” OF THE WORLD YOU ARE IN.
Perspective in photography is very important, especially in taking photos of landscapes, and sometimes close-ups. The idea with perspective is to put something in the photo that will help the viewer get a better idea of how big the landscape is, or how far something really is from the camera. In the photo above, the man walking the railroad tracks gives you the feeling that … Continue reading Understanding perspective and why it’s important:
There is an art in making a story out of your photos. Let’s learn some steps how: Photography is an art in itself. It has many different categories that a photographer can choose to become good at. You can become a good portrait or wedding photographer, or you could be a master at scenery and landscapes. We recently had a blog on how to take … Continue reading THE ART OF TELLING A STORY WITH JUST ONE PHOTO: