10 November 2014

Create what you see

Okay this all got started with a conversation I had with a friend. He told me "photography it is hard if you don't have the right subjects." I told him "it's not about the subject you're shooting.  It's the why you shot you're subject." You just need to understand if you just show the world what yo're seeing you'll always have a great photo.  

Now this way of thinking got me mind running. I will pick one location and stand there for 30 minutes shooting whatever I see, and try to make an interesting photo out of everything that passes my way. I'll put this to practice for the next couple months. I will be put together a series of photos from one location between the times of 30 minutes to an hour. This will also get me back to the streets. The place where my photo journey began.

Let me explain to you what I used for the first run at this.  A Canon 5D mark 3 with a Canon 35mm 1.4L, and note all shoots where taken at 1.4 or 2.0. I'll also try to using different cameras and lenses each time i do this just to keep the creativity going.

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