I also believe that Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place.......I have found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them. For a few years, photography resembled a building site. We walked between piles of rubble from the ruins of once-great manufacturers who had not adapted to the new digital climate. We gazed upon the abandoned edifices of established practices, wondering what was to become of them, their glory days over. Between the destruction and emptied spaces, however, new structures were springing up unpredictable shapes and unfamiliar forms . In fact, the new order was growing so quickly that we could see it burgeon as we watched.
Now the transformation of photography is complete. While the digital phenomenon was once seen as the enemy of traditional photography, then become accepted as its greatest boon, the disorder of change became the springboard for the most exuberant growth and vigorous expansion ever seen in the history of photography. However we are part of this truly tremor-inducing culture, social and visual revolution.
The digital revolution has opened a whole new world, and means of creativity, in photography and the business of photography. There is a great deal of joy and satisfaction in the freelance photography world. This diversity allow a person to photography and participate in just about any field, hobby, event, or destination they enjoy. The best part is the ablity to do this while making money in the process.
Photography is what motivates me to move through life in a positive way. Photography is all about Light and it is the first thing I seek out before I press the shutter.Optimally, I persue great subjects in great light,but if there is an ordinary subject in great light, I still press the shutter. I love to share the photographic knowledge I have accumulated and I hope my enthusiasm is contagious so I can motivate other to feel the same way I do about my photography.
Regardless of subject matter, the rules of good photography don’t change. Whether you photograph wildlife, make portraits, shoot landscapes, create tabletops or simply walk around your neighborhood and generate street scenes, good photographic principles remain constant. Good light is the essence of every photo. Combined with excellent composition.
Once ambitious amateurs like us, have pushed our art, creativity, and talent to go further. Now I wish for good shooting, joy, and success in the world of digital photography.
"To me, photography is an art of observation. It is about finding something interesting in an ordinary place.....I have found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."