The awareness of the quality of space in out photos is akin to our awareness of the very air in our photos, the atmosphere that pervades every square inch of our image and yet is often invisible to the photographer.
Pain is not a conduit to art or joy
Sometimes as you work, you find that you are learning things about your own perceptions and motivations that are way below you consciousness. If you get lucky, you recognize what you are doing, but all too often we don't find the connection between our work and our own motivations.
We have always wanted to find the 'it-ness' of anything we shoot. We want to get as deep into the subject as we can.
The problem suggests the solution.
You have to pick the right tool for the point you're trying to make and there is no one solution.
You cannot accurately remember color.
It's not just when you shoot, or what you shot, or where you shoot, it's the combination of the three.
You must be open to what otherwise may seem to be a detriment to your 'plans'.
There is no one solution to all problems. It's the problem itself that can lead to the solution.
You have to have a lot of 'overage' so that your failures aren't the only thing you come home with. You've got to have a lot of things that were magnificent failures, but you want some magnificent successes.
You see shape, and how the light hits things, how the color changes from one end of the photo to the other, and how movement affects the mood of the photo.
All these factors are only valuable if you're curious. But in any case, the more knowledge you have, the more things are open and available to you.
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