Sometimes I feel like just taking my camera out in to nature and see what types of great photos I can get. But you know it’s a skill to go out in to nowhere and try to find a photo that meets your criteria. You want to get great photos of nature, but, how do you just come up with great photos when the scenery, … Continue reading IN SEARCH OF GREAT BEAUTY IN NATURE:
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.
Day Two: “Mystery” — Manipulate Light A photo can create a mood and communicate an idea that transcends its subject. At this performance at the Montreal Jazz Festival, there was a sense of anticipation, enhanced by dramatic lighting that revealed silhouettes on stage. What were we about to watch and hear? It was a mystery: Today, share an image that creates a sense of mystery. … Continue reading EPISODE 2 OF 10! DEVELOPING YOUR EYE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY