Proof that an old dog can learn new tricks - the power of positive critique on your photography.
Recently I participated in a discussion that stemmed from a person wondering about the composition of a very famous photo by a very famous photographer; Henri Cartier-Bresson. Specifically the person wanted to understand why this image is composed so amazingly well. It got me to thinking about photography and the importance of concentration in the... Continue Reading →
A while back I said I'd report on my progress from time to time. It's part of my attempt to be more aware of the state of my photography and where I want to take it. Now if I can only remember what they were. Oh right, here they are - 1. Improve composition; read... Continue Reading →
For 2010 I had a few specific goals in mind for my photography. Here they are - 1. Be more methodical and deliberate; be a more thoughtful photographer 2. Organize digital files better 3. Purge digital files 1 - partial win. I did envision specific photographs ahead of time and go into the field to... Continue Reading →