Adobe Photoshop Lightroom was developed as a workflow solution for photographers who need to import, organize, edit and output large numbers of images, particularly those in Raw file formats. And as with most software tools, there are multiple ways to go about achieving these goals. In this four-page article I’m going to show you what I consider to be the most efficient workflow for importing and organizing your images in Lightroom.
Photography (practiced at its highest levels) is a creative endeavor. But creativity takes courage. It takes more courage than you may think. While many of you are focused on trying something just because it’s NEW – you don’t get to REALLY test your courage until you try something YOU! This post applies to any art, but I am aiming at photographers because I know many of you are struggling with this. So please read on.
Imogen CunninghamI don’t think there’s any such thing as teaching people photography, other than influencing them a little. People have to be their own learners. They have to have a certain talent.
“The only thing that gets in the way of a really good photograph, is the camera”.
Corrie White used some simple DIY tricks to shoot this awesome water drop with bokeh! He explains what his set-up was at the link.
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We learn from all of modern art, from Picasso and everybody, that a moment of ugliness is always important. So I’ve learned to like all these material limitations. We need them.
- Jeff Wall.
The trouble is — whatever it is about pictures, photographs — it’s just about impossible to follow up with words. They don’t have anything to do with each other.
Art — or what we call that — You can love it and appreciate it, but you can’t really talk about it. Doesn’t make any sense.
- William Eggleston