The camera should be an extension of the mind. And the mind of a hobbyist is different from the working photographer.
You don’t have to be a child prodigy to be creative. In fact, it can happen at any time in your life. Let’s bust some myths about what it means to be creative.
Gear doesn’t make you a better photographer. It’s when the gears in your mind start working well, that you create awesome shots. The photographer’s mind is where good shots come from.
What if you have to make it up as you go along? There is a way to prepare for that assignment, even when you have little or no creative information at the start.
A visual problem solver arranges whatever existing conditions she finds on location into harmonious images. Here are 10 practical ways to develop your visual problem solving and make your images pop.
Random: Do you have a playlist of songs to shoot to? What’s the music that helps you get great imagery? Here’s an ode to photography.
How do you keep your passion and sense of wonder when you’re tired? Here’s how you can combat creative burnout.