Mar 22, 2019
You’ll often hear this philosophy by another name: the photographer’s eye. And, indeed, there is a book of the same name by John Szarkowski that uses examples of history’s most famous photographs to teach and inspire budding photographers. In short, the photographer’s eye is not simply blind adherence to the Rule of Thirds or other laws of composition, and it’s definitely not about owning the best gear money can buy or learning the latest and greatest processing techniques. Instead, the photographer’s eye is a way of looking at everyday ordinary objects, finding something new and extraordinary about them and using that discovery to create something amazing.
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