The composition is already there, you just need to crop it
The whole world is there for you. Gifts will happen, but only if you are patient with life itself, the shooting process, and your own limitations.
Color is seductive. It changes as it interacts with other colors, it changes because of the light falling upon it, and it changes as it becomes larger in size.
Never put lettering in your photos unless you want it read.
As people, we love pattern. But interrupted pattern is more interesting.
What you're shooting at doesn't matter, the real question is: 'Does it give you joy?'
When we are given gifts, we must be quick and able to accept them.
If you don't have a camera, the best thing you can do is describe how great it looked.
There really isn't anything that you could call 'bad' color. It all has to do with the amount of color you use and in what context it appears.
Each picture you take has power as long as it brings experience to the person who’s looking at it.
You need minimum color for maximum effect.
I love when pictures ask questions or make others ask questions.
It's important to realize that the images are everywhere, not just where you want or expect them to be.
I don't see light as something that falls, but as a positive force.
Money and fame that photography can bring you are wonderful, but nothing can compare to the joy of seeing something new.
You must not think of yourself as looking at the stage from the audience. You must think of it as theatre in the round and look at it from all sides.
Always wait for the trigger. The trigger is the final part of the puzzle, the reason you want to shoot.
A photographer's art is more in his perceptions than his execution. In a painter, I think the perception is only the first step, and then you have a kind of hard road of execution.
I take pictures, and they are there for the taking. I'll tell you a quote that I have always thought about. Arthur Miller said, I try to create the poem from the evidence.
... there's one of the great lies of all times, that computers save time. They don't. They're time suckers. So, I'm trying not to get involved in the Photoshop.
We don't experience light, color, and gesture in a vacuum. We experience it in contexts.
Be aware of every square millimeter of your frame.
'Color' is quite different from 'colors.' In an image with many colors, we find that all the colors compete with each other rather than interacting with each other. The results" colors.
There are rules about perception, but not about photography.
Every picture should have a place you can go, a home, a climax.
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