Posts for movement

Posted In Inspiration

It’s About More Than Just The Image

Kyle McDougall | September 24, 2016

What is it that you really want from photography? That’s a question that I believe we don’t ask ourselves often enough.

Without having a conscious understanding of what brings you satisfaction, it can be easy to let your journey trend in directions that really don’t matter that much. Over the years I’ve tried my best to consistently stop and reflect on where I’m at with my craft and what things are bringing me enjoyment. I believe developing this habit can have a big impact on your consistency and enjoyment and is something that all photographers should try and take the time to do.

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Posted In Education


Wayne Simpson | August 27, 2016

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.

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