Using feedback in photography to develop & grow as a photographer is one of the best ways to go in my opinion. It helps you understand photographic stories, the thinking process, the ideas and magic behind inspirational work – I’m not just talking iconic pieces we all know. Becoming more intrigued in people’s work will only fuel your individual creativity.
By improving your photography with reading you can truly understand what’s beneath and within a photograph. Take a few moments to try a deeper analysis of what story the photograph is attempting to illustrate.
Let’s look at what makes a camera lens expensive because, to be honest, sometimes it’s helpful to understand why some glass just costs the earth and some are far more within 90% of people’s budgets!
Want to practice film photography? This latest blog post lets you understand the world from the writer’s view on analog imagery – what’s great and what’s not.
We cover just some of the famous Vietnam war pictures caught on record, along with many other links to other sources of photojournalism during the war. Some images are distressing, but they have shaped our understanding of this brutal period in human history.
Read through this article for some creative still life photography ideas – we’ll take you through the background and philosophy behind Still Art Photography.