Photographers collect a lot of stuff over the years, from cameras to prints and negatives. Do we really need to keep it all? Here are my thoughts!
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We can blame many things for failed photographs, but the problem usually isn’t outside circumstances. Read more of my thoughts on this here.
The best photographs are the ones with deep layers of meaning. It takes thought to find these layers—and to create images featuring this depth, too.
Experiential art is the act of creating art through the lens of our own experience—and it’s a great way to create what hasn’t been done before.
We often work hard to reproduce reality perfectly—but we’re not bound to do so. There’s value to bending reality if it lends shades of emotion to a...
Prioritizing the search for meaning may be the secret to creating insightful images. Find out more about my thoughts here!
We can classify photography in any number of ways—and the difference between active and passive photography is one of them. Learn more about these...
We all make plans to do photography, but life has a habit of changing those plans. Adaptability is key—and it takes a variety of forms.
Should photographers offer explanations of their art, or should interpretation be entirely on the viewer? Perhaps the middle ground is the right answer.
Sometimes creativity is all about having a positive mindset—which can be challenging! Here are my thoughts on maintaining that mindset.
Photographic opportunities can be fleeting. It’s on us to take these opportunities as much as we can so that we don’t miss all that potential.
Planning is an essential part of the photographer’s routine. But when we can make time for it, experimentation has a lot of benefits to offer us.
Sometimes experiencing people, getting to know them, leads to photographic opportunities. Here are thoughts on how people can inspire.
Sometimes we forget that content really is the universal truth—and that leads us to spending too much time on the details. More on my thoughts here.
It’s tempting to pack up the camera and stay home during the winter, but this is a great time of year to take photos. Here are some ideas to get you...
With camera reviews on the wane, what will bloggers talk about next? Maybe this is a signal that it’s time to return to the creative side of things.
We all have favorite photographers who influence our work. But ultimately, each of us must grow beyond our role models to create the art only we can...
That old “jack of all trades, master of none” mentality could limit us as photographers. Here are my thoughts on the benefits of broadening your...
Is the solution to our limitations to invest in a new piece of gear? Or is it more a matter of finding creative solutions using the equipment we have...
Looking for the unusual is what photographers do, and looking for unusual categories can help you create projects. Here are thoughts to help you get...
There are so many ways to share beyond social media, but we sometimes lose sight of that. Here are some ideas to help you share your photography.
There are as many motivations as there are photographers. Question is, are you creating well-intentioned photographs, or creating for another reason?
Marketers sell flagship cameras because that’s the only way to excite us. But do we need it when less expensive models will suit most needs?
Magic numbers are a real thing, though perhaps not in the way that you suppose. I’ll show you how certain numbers will benefit your photographs.
We don’t think of old age as having many benefits, but it does! We grow wiser, and through patience or other means, we slow down to observe the world.
We are no longer limited by the number of exposures in a roll of film. These days, it’s better to leave nothing to chance and take lots of exposures.
What is the deeper meaning behind the marketing term, “humanizing your brand?” It means actually being a person in order to make genuine connections.
Once we hang a piece of art, it often remains in place for years. Wouldn’t it be nice to change art often for more variety? Here are some ideas!
There isn’t any accounting for taste, although photographers can try to follow mass appeal. But is this the wise choice instead of following your heart?
The more elements in a photograph, the more difficult it is to organize. But I think it can benefit us to rise to this challenge and organize the chaos.