If you don’t feel inspired by your subject matter, maybe you’ve outgrown it. Perhaps you need to move the goalposts farther out to challenge yourself. Or maybe, it’s time to pass the torch.
List of episodes in order
Renting time on telescopes, managing your color, and bringing an old laptop back to life with free software. In this episode, I take off on some photographic tangents as I fall down three technological rabbit holes.
You have a camera, so naturally you want to make money with it right? Well, before you start stacking Benjamins, maybe enjoy your time as an amateur -- while you still can.
Are you unhappy with your progress as a photographer? Creatively, do you feel like you’ve reached a plateau, or worse, have you fallen into a valley? It may be time to let go of what you’ve done in the past.
We take photos to document life events; we post memorable moments to social media, and so on. But what about the more mundane days of our lives? Photography can help you remember those too.
His images represent a journey through space and time. They transport us to alien, glowing worlds on the edges of the universe, while still reminding us of what it means to be human.
For more than 40 years photographer Cecil J. Williams documented the civil rights struggle in the deep south. Now in his 80s, he's still fighting for freedom, justice and equality.
Humans have been sharing stories since time immemorial, by word of mouth, paintings, books, and eventually the camera. Every image tells a story, but are you telling stories with your images?
Kitchen tables, windows, televisions and vases. On the surface, these may not sound like worthy artistic subjects, but many photographers achieved success making images of these objects in the confines of their own home.
Do you have a bad case of GAS? If so, you probably have a lot of choices to make regarding the cameras and lenses you’re using. And, you're probably making the creative process harder on yourself.
An opportunity to shoot a great photo is like lightning. It rarely strikes in the same place again. If something catches your eye, it’s incumbent on you to stop and capture the moment.