You have to go with what is presented to you.

This post has to to do with landscape photography/cityscapes, though could go into other genres of photography as well. I have been noticing a pattern this year were the photo I wanted to do was not there. Unfortunately, that is how life works.  We have a predetermined idea in what we may think the scene willContinue reading “You have to go with what is presented to you.”

When we emulate other artist’s, we are restricting ourselves.

Today’s post does not contain a photo, but from time to time,  I like to blog about certain career insecurities that may benefit other artists out there. I would say the first couple of years of my photography career, I tried to emulate a handful of other artist’s that inspired me at the time. WhatContinue reading “When we emulate other artist’s, we are restricting ourselves.”

Your style is constantly changing, and that’s a good thing.

Today’s post is about the constantly evolving of one’s style and artistic preferences. I am going to share the same photo, but edited in different time periods of my career. Time-and-time again, a lot of artists play it way too safe, and I hope the one thing you get from the post, is to doContinue reading “Your style is constantly changing, and that’s a good thing.”