I don’t agree with people who insist that any post capture work on your photo is strictly verboten. The captured photo can be simply the raw material for the art you produce.
My drive to produce photographically made me forget why I enjoyed the hobby. A visit to the seawall acted as a restorative, and a reminder to take it easy.
Taking on a photo a day project is not for the faint of heart (or of shallow commitments). These are a few of the tips and experiences that I have to share having completed 1 year and half way through another.
In which your humble heroes set off on a trek that would not make men out of them, but almost make them cry like little girls!
My work was displayed for a month at an exhibition at Guyana’s National Gallery, Castellani House. It was gratifying and humbling. Here’s what I thought about the experience.
What other profession/art is there where the “customers” expect the product for free?
I decided to reprise my photo a day project that I last attempted (successfully) in 2010. I’ve only just started, but I have some observations to share.
I had a harder time selecting my top 25 photos for 2011, but for a different reason than I would have expected. Here is a review of my year in photography for 2011. Thanks for reading.
Sometimes, the effort to make it look as though no work was done to an image, requires quite a lot of work.
Contemplation is of great importance if you want to do justice to the scene you are photographing. Too bad the need for speed often trumps contemplation.