Art is no accident. How did Van Gogh awe us with swirls of paint in Starry Night?
How many ways can you design an image? As many ways as you can learn to see. Composition is the key to a strong photographic vision.
What would you do to fall in love with your craft, all over again? Here’s my three resolutions for 2012 to bring back that old lovin’ feelin’ into photography.
Stars are past light. But if we didn’t see those lights, we would never know the depths of the universe. RIP Steve Jobs.
You’re a person who makes pictures and people pay you. But who are you? And what do you believe?
Start by thinking backwards. Then move through a tried and true process to get you from idea to image and give yourself the best chances for success.
Artistry doesn’t come from outside you. It starts with tuning in to experience, and letting it teach you how to see.
Zooming your attention into the getting that shot is your task as a photographer. Get rid of mental clutter, and you’ve got a hit.
Only time can tell what Murdoch’s legacy to the world will be. What will your legacy be?
Imagine what pictures you could make if you just played.
Make photos that speak poetry.
Using a prop can make your portraits pop!
Find the person under all the makeup, and your portraits will speak stories.
Make the background just as beautiful as the subject.
A concept can help you make a stunning portrait.