“If you try to corral or cage the photographic process, it will thumb it’s nose at you. The trick is just to flow with it and stop it when a moment of discovery has met inspiration.” — Paul Caponigro
“A good snapshot stops a moment from running away.” – Eudora Welty
“Photography is a language more universal than words.” – Minor White
– Macro at 1:1 and beyond
– Falls of the Columbia River gorge
– Details and grand landscapes
– Colorizing Historic BW photos Shared by Kay. This isn’t a “how to” but looks at the work involved to be accurate and the implications. Interesting video.
– Art of Photography Assignment 7: Motion
– Safety tips for travel
– Quick tips
– Finding critics
– Consider the frame
your image does engage with its texture, mood, composition. in that respect it is for me a work of art. however it raises for me the somewhat academic question of what constitutes a photograph.
Two responses to what constitutes a photograph. In this case the image was made by a “photographic process” by light hitting a photosensitive material to record an image, and subsequently manipulating and combining those images. So in a technical sense, it is surely a photograph. More broadly I am interested in creating images rather than simply making photographs. If the image elicits an emotional response it is successful regardless of label applied to it.
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