I’m extremely excited to announce the release of my newest eBook, and the first to be published under the Image & Rhythm brand, titled: “One Image – Shoot Less, Look Closer & Create Stronger Images”. This is a book that is based on two topics that are extremely important to me: the creative process and photographic workflows.
For this week’s edition of The Creative Journey, I’m excited to be featuring Sean Bagshaw. For those of you who may not be familiar with Sean’s work (anyone…?), his images, tutorials, and willingness to help others are second to none. Sean creates his images with a masterful approach both in the field and the digital darkroom, and all it takes is one look at his portfolios to be inspired to get out and explore. Make sure you check out Sean’s website and Facebook page to keep up to date with his work! I want to thank Sean for taking the time to share his story!
In today’s world of super saturated, over-the-top landscape images it can be difficult to get people to notice your work for its artistry rather than its flashy processing. As I’ve matured as a landscape photographer, I have learned that being creative in your approach and harnessing the beauty of movement can stop people in their tracks and keep them looking. When I finally learned to embrace movement it quickly became apparent to me just how much it can add to an image.