Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Learning to Think of Unique Photographic Possibilities

A fascinating article to help develop your photographic skills, written by Tedric Garrison for Picture Correct. An award winning writer / photographer Tedric has 30 years experience in photography (www.betterphototips.com). As a Graphic Art Major, he has a unique perspective. His photo eBook “Your Creative Edge” proves creativity can be taught. Today, he shares his wealth of knowledge with the world through his website.

Over the years of learning about photography, certain lessons stick out in my mind. One of these was the Mailbox Assignment. The assignment was simple: take 36 shots of a mailbox. It had to be the same mailbox. Oh, and by the way…each shot had to be unique. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, let’s see, there is the front, back, left side, right side, shot from above, or shot from below. That’s six. Only 30 more shots to go.

To discover the results of the Mailbox Assignment and read the article in full, follow this link:...........Learning to Think of Unique Photographic Possibilities – PictureCorrect

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