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Thanks for your very helpful class on discovering your style. The class interaction was great. I'll crop that picture and continue to work on my "Artist's Statement"!
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I know sometimes my posts get a little too long and my point is always at the bottom.
So here you go: if your images are not in a gallery or printed, then the image is incomplete. Stop it! Continue reading
So, over the past several years, I’ve been asked about my own light tent. For those of you who know me, you know that I will spend good money on stuff that “matters” – like lenses, memory cards, tripods, etc. Stuff where owning the best you can afford matters. But there is another category that falls under the phrase “light don’t care.” Continue reading
Continuing my recent trend of taking inspiration from other people for my blog post, I was reading Kriss Abigail’s latest blog post. The one part that really stuck out for me, and is something I’ve complained about for quite a while now, is the reluctance of working photographers to mentor. She wrote: Continue reading