An article about why we need vision in photography and how to make your art personal
I was asked many questions about vision lately by my students and other fellow photographers, and I would like to address these questions and talk about the concept of vision in photography again and also share some tips on how you can make your art personal, meaning original. With this article I’m starting a series of articles dedicated to vision and creativity and how to use them to create photography that can stir emotion in the viewer.
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As you know I’m often talking about vision, about art and what pushes us to create. I have done it extensively in my book and my new video tutorial, and I am doing it in almost every article I write, every workshop I teach or every lesson with my mentoring students.
How vision can help you create and not emulate?
Why do I talk abot vision in photography?
I’m talking about vision because I believe that vision is the most important ingredient of art. Further in this series I will tell you why I think like this and why I believe you should start Continue reading