The camera should be an extension of the mind. And the mind of a hobbyist is different from the working photographer.
Learning photography independently? Here’s a strategy that will train your brain to push you into action and get results.
What I am really excited about with the 52 Project is that each one of us will be able to take as little or as much as we want from each module. That means you can move at your own pace. It also means you can pick to do all the tasks within the week,…
Take your photography by the hand and walk with Imagine That toward better skills in 2012! Join our community and participate in weekly modules to improve photography. This week, we’re looking at Tiny Landscapes.
Learn a new photography skill just in time, not just in case. You’ll find your skills will grow by leaps and bounds. And you’ll have lots of fun, too.
Even if you don’t take a class in photography, you can still find a great teacher. Yourself! Yes, there is a way to learn and improve on your own, and it works.
Ever look at Flickr Explore or 500px and go, how do I get to that level? Well, you know that everyone’s got to start somewhere. Here are six places to start.
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.
It’s not what’s in the photo, it’s how you took it. And sometimes, it’s little things that you do, which make a big difference in your shots.
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.
Be on the lookout for inspiration. Always.
What risk will you take to improve your photography this week?
An amateur is someone who pursues something, enamored, obsessed, breathlessly in love.
Stretch your skills by shooting something you never do.
Do you want to be a photographer or a lens changer?