"Taking pictures is like tiptoeing into the kitchen late at night and stealing Oreo cookies.”
- Diane Arbus
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Do you know a few things about photography, but wish you could make more compelling images? Showing and freezing movement is one way you can make photos that make people say “Wow!” This post discusses 3 ways to do that.
Have you been trying to improve your photography for a while? And are you frustrated, because you don’t know where to look? I get it. I’ve been there. But here are 9 resources you can use to get you going from zero to WOW! in your photography skills.
Looking at Julia’s photography her skill set is evident. As she talks about in this interview, she has a way to connect with whom she’s photographing to get to the poetry of the image. Not only does Julia love photography workshops, she’s also very generous with sharing where anyone can gain the education she has gotten. I highly suggest that any lover of photography read this interview, because Julia generously has shared the resources that she used to become the kind of photographer that she is.
Take a look at Andriana Mereuta's photography, and there is no doubt of the communicative power of an image. The time. The place. The human connections. The history. The culture. In this interview, Andriana talks about the why and the what of photography.
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