Everyone sees through their own eyes with their own unique perspective.
Determined by where they are from, past experiences, things they have endured, seen, been a part of, culture, upbringing, family, society, things that make them uniquely them. We have to learn to appreciate everyones perspective… even the ones we don’t understand. Then we can truly learn from one another.
This is a designer profile shot I did for designer Meg from Spaces Design. This woman is amazing with color.
Check out her website and blog for design and color info and inspiration. seespaces.com
No, I am not talking about the click of the shutter, but a click that happens within me when I see the right picture. The click that happens, after looking through a ton of pictures i’ve taken when one stands out, when one just clicks and you know that is the “one”. It’s instant. Here is a little preview of what I mean. I went through over a hundred pictures and these two just clicked instantly.
When I discovered this woman’s work I was in shock of the beauty! It gave me a new perspective on my own photography and the things close to me in my life. Her lifestyle and view on life is so honest and real, the intricate beauty of being human.
These are a few of my favorite pieces. For more click here – Sally Mann
Not everything you see… is really there….
It shows the secrets behind the “perfect” picture.
This picture is one of the reasons I love photojournalism. This has such a POWERFUL commentary. Focus on the love… not on the war.
This image is from a riot in Vancouver following the brutal defeat of the Canucks in the Stanley Cup. (no offense… but it’s hockey.. come on people… let’s allow sport games to bring us peace and happiness!!)