Here’s a way to pick through the confusing discussions about image manipulation and what’s allowable. All relative.
Workshop on how to find great images in your files.
Last year, I was offered a wonderful opportunity: to show my work in the outdoor space of Queens Wharf, Auckland.
I hear this question time and again. It seems to weigh much on photographers’ minds. What’s my answer?
HIPA-sponsored workshops lead to new ideas (well, they are for me) which I think will help photographers to improve their work.
I’m giving a workshop: ‘The Ideal Digital Photo’ in Salzburg 9-11 September, introducing my six step method of building an image, then workflow and image reviews. It’ll be fun, it’ll be solid hard work! Join me!
Completed my first on-line course, for Udemy. Waiting for approval now, so look out for announcements that it’s published!
I’ve started work on a biggie on the history of photography. A visual history, which means you get more pix to look at and be wowed by than words to read! Your thoughts on musts and unmissables invited!
The similarity in the figures – both around 0.6 – is deceptive. There is a world of difference between the Golden Ratio (also Golden Section or Phi), and the Rule of Thirds.
Those who understand photography as essentially a two-dimensional medium – width and depth – impose unnecessary limitations on themselves. And they miss out a lot of the fun. In fact, the way you to develop your own visual style, is to recognise that every time you photograph, you are operating in no fewer than seven […]