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The Top 12 Keys to Creativity For Photographers

The Top 12 Keys to Creativity For Photographers

Manipulation is the brother of creativity. – Michael Michalko Standing out among the ever-increasing number of photographers is becoming increasingly difficult.  However, doing so is still possible.  The purpose of this article is to give you ideas about how you can do it. In order to stand out we have to do things that other […]

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Photo Essay: A Good Day of Roadside Photography

Photo Essay: A Good Day of Roadside Photography

I recently talked to a long time photographer that said the landscape photography in early advertisements by the American Automobile Association was what got him into photography. That organization was once the best place to get maps for road trips in North America. They sent their employees out, with cameras and mapping instruments, across the […]

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15 Thoughts on Fine Art Photography Composition by Alain Briot (With Photos)

15 Thoughts on Fine Art Photography Composition by Alain Briot (With Photos)

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein Introduction What are the most important aspects of composing a Fine Art Photograph?  The answer to this question certainly varies from photographer to photographer because each of us places more importance on some aspects than on others.  What follows is […]

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Photo Essay: The Street Cats of Odessa

Photo Essay: The Street Cats of Odessa

Authors call it writers block, whether there is such term as photographers block or not, I have no idea, but about a year ago, I had it and had it bad. I am fortunate to live in a beautiful city with a host of stunning architecture and great light, yet I found myself less than […]

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