Category - Beginning Photography

Effortless Photography

Art should be an effortless thing that sweeps you up rather than leaving you in awe of technical aspects. Here are my thoughts on achieving effortless...

Creating a Conversation

Photography is a descriptive medium—and that makes it hard to tell a story. Here are my thoughts on ways to create storytelling interactions within...

Finding Time or Making Time?

Accomplishing the things we want to do isn’t so much about finding time, but about making time. Here are my thoughts on why this mindset is important.

You See Differently

Viewers can’t see everything that the photographer sees in his or her own images. The art comes from trying to make them see.

Photography Has No Limits

Where photography is concerned, it truly is possible to create whatever you can imagine. Here are some ways to get your creative ideas flowing!

Self-Examination as a Photographer

If we, as photographers, aren't introspective, we may not see how our thoughts change over time. Take a moment to think back and refresh yourself.

Why Do We Make Photographs?

What compels photographers to create photographs? It isn't all about money and fame. Read on to see the larger reasons why we are driven to create art.

What Do You Want from Photography?

It’s important to ask ourselves what we want from photography. When we can answer that question, we know what course to take toward the future.

Why, Not How

To a photographer, the challenge in producing an image may seem like an important aspect. However, to viewers, content and meaning is what really...

Overcoming FOMO

FOMO, or the fear of missing out, is a very real thing in photography. Here are some of the places it crops up, and what you can do to get past it.

How to Title Your Images

Titles are one part of photography that don’t get much attention, but they’re an important element. Here are some thoughts to help you create effective...

Impossible Versus Insightful

Creating images that capture a jaded audience’s attention is more difficult than creating the impossible. Here are some thoughts to show you what I...