Perceptive Photographer Episode 9: Importance of Space

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

May 11, 2015

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As Lori and I put some finishing touches on my darkroom studio after 15 months, I got to thinking about how important the notion of space is when we are working photographers. Not just our physical space where we do our creative work from the darkroom to the computer, but also other types of space. The idea of getting our creative space established when we start to work to the use of space in the photograph to create relationships and build in our framing and compositions and finally thinking about personal space.

While the darkroom has come together nicely this weekend, there are still a lot of thoughts about the use of space in the creative process of photography. I am sure that just like the with my darkroom there will be many more organizational efforts to keep myself as creative, organized and thoughtful as possible.

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