What to do when the creative flow ebbs? Should you force photography or let it slide? The answer depends on many factors—individualism most of all.
There’s a lot of pressure to not only keep up with responsibilities, but to keep churning out creative works. Make time for yourself so you can recharge.
Shock value can turn heads—but because we’re all so jaded, the effect doesn’t last long. Enduring images have depth to them.
Art is not about the tools, whatever marketers have to say about it. Look at it from the perspective of a writer and you’ll see what I mean.
How is it that the world’s best photographers can come up with an endless number of amazing ideas? Here’s some insight into the creative process!
Viewers can’t see everything that the photographer sees in his or her own images. The art comes from trying to make them see.
The devil is in the details, as they say, and we photographers don’t always notice the little distractions around the edges. Here are some thoughts on this!