3 Things You Can Do to Start Seeing in Stronger Ways
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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]The job of the photographer is first to see, to be observant.
Our job is to see the scene but also the possibilities! Seeing is the first step to better compositions and stronger photographs!
You can’t compose a photograph with elements you don’t even see in the first place; it’s one of the great struggles of photographers. But seeing is something that can be learned intentionally!
In this last of three videos I explore 3 ways you can begin to learn seeing in stronger ways, so your compositions can become more intentional and more captivating. I also introduce you to The Compelling Frame – a new course on creative composition that’s going to change the way you make photographs.
Take a few minutes to watch this third video and then I’d love to hear your questions about how we perceive, or see photographically. I’d also love to hear your questions about The Compelling Frame course. Enrollment for this deep-dive into visual design and what it really takes to make stronger photographs starts on September 13, 2017.
For the Love of the Photograph,