Learning Photography from a Marine Sniper Having served as a Marine Scout Sniper, I’ve had an opportunity to develop my observation skills. I believe this has significantly contributed to my
Developing a Photographer’s Eye There is a difference between understanding the technical aspects of photography and having a photographer’s eye. Understanding of theory and technical knowledge doesn’t necessarily translate to
Last post, I mentioned four elements of captivating photography. Light, composition, and subject are the more standard elements that are necessary for a photo that can really attract your audience.
Непринудена Азия: прилики в многообразието This post is intended to provide some background information, while saving a bit of paper, for a small exhibit of my work in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Photos that engage and appeal to viewers are dependent on several factors. Opinions will vary, but I wanted to go over some of my thoughts on the elements of captivating
I’m sure a lot of us have seen photo challenges before. They are often fairly simple concepts. Such lists often provide 1-3 word topics to shoot, for example; red, numbers,
Obviously, there is no single definition of a good photo. There are several elements put together, mixed and matched. Rules are adhered to and broken. When shooting personal photography, I’m