Perceptive Photographer #21: Moments of Recognition

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

August 3, 2015

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I was thinking about a conversation I had with a mentor a number of years ago about how we feel when we are present in our work. I was spending way to much time on the technical and brain side of photography and not enough on the emotional. As I got sorted out what it feels like to take a photograph vs think about a photograph, it resulted in a leap forward in my work.

In this podcast, we take a look at how recognition of these moments of impact in photography are not just a function of living behind the camera but also present in editing and found in the inspiration that comes from looking at someone else’s work.

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