Behind The Image, Photography

Creativity – Is there a limit?

The question about whether there is a limit to creativity divides opinion. Maya Angelou said that you can’t use up creativity. The more you use it, the more you have it. Although some of us readily agree, others believe that the mind and social influences can limit creativity. One thing that is sure is that […]

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Photography

Why I love architectural photography

It is no secret that if you have followed me for a while that I love architectural photography. I have created many images of numerous architectural subjects and I’ve come to love and each time I create a new image my pulse literally. It is the excitement of seeing something new, creating something in my […]

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Photography

Creativity takes work

When I first started on this journey, I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I tried every type of photography, copied emulated until my black and white photography found me. Even though I found myself in black and white photography, I was still unsettled. I needed more and I wanted more. Through a […]

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Photography

Art and Soul

You may have noticed that there’s been a while since I have not posted anything other than the Monday’s Inspiration posts. There’s a reason why. The last few months of last year and this year have been really hard on me. I have lost my grand-mother and it’s been very tough on me. I was […]

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Inspirations

My plans for 2017

2017 has been a difficult year for me. Along with the good we are also blessed with some good days but we’ve all seen good and bad. The bad reminds us to be grateful for the special moments appreciate what we have the good and be tankful for the all the support that we receive […]

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Inspirations

Monday Photography Inspiration – Andreas Feininger

Andreas Feininger was was an American photographer known for his black and white photography of New York from the 40s and 50s. He studied cabinetmaking and architecture at the Bauhaus and established a Swedish firm specialising in architectural and industrial photography. He was a staff photographer for Life Magazine for two decades from 1943 to […]

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Photography

Making and Creating Magic

In this day and age, it is so easy for us to be more concerned about the gear we need, what new we should buy, what new camera is coming out next that we forget why we started taking photographs. Just like many others out there, I thought that I was not creative and that […]

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