I used to think that I was being clever by having a large back catalogue of un-edited images in my possession. Something for a rainy day I'd tell myself. Well I'm starting to realise that this approach may actually have an unseen negative side which is actually diluting the potential of my work.
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We have many a reason for pursuing landscape photography and while I don’t believe there is one right answer, I’m starting to realise one of the main reasons why I picked up the camera in the first place.
It’s jut taken me a while to realise …
A piece by Valda Bailey in this months Outdoor Photography magazine regarding the importance of play in photography is one I fully agree with.
A harsh lesson in landscape photography on a shoot by the coast. Still as they say, what doesn't kill you ... makes you want to make Sausage Rolls ....
It happens to us all. The monster that is the Creative Funk. As I nurse a badly burnt feet I've come to realise that I can't really expect to overcome this with the camera alone.
Create art which is personal to you and your own personal creative journey. Don't listen to the crowd too often. Don't be afraid to fail. Create freedom in your work.