Category - Photography Clips

Revisiting Old Stomping Grounds

Those familiar places you’ve frequented with a camera in hand don’t have to be boring. If you’re willing to look, there are always new photographs to...

Doing a Double Take

Online culture has taught us to flip through images quickly. But the good images are worth a double take. Too, we should create images with this in...

Your Photographic Fingerprint

Are you afraid to tread the same ground other photographers have walked? No need to worry because your photographic fingerprint sets your images apart.

Open Yourself to Possibilities

Worries about choosing the right place to take a photographic trip are common, but they shouldn’t be! Everywhere has something worth photographing.

There’s No Shame in Versatility

Photographers tend to steer clear of labeling themselves as generalists. But could specialization prove limiting? Here are some of my thoughts on this!

Persistence is the Secret to Success

It’s not gear or exotic destinations that makes us successful photographers. It’s the persistence to keep going out into the field, taking photographs...

Re-prioritizing Today Over Tomorrow

Is it possible that we spend too much time mulling the future instead of creating today? Here are thoughts about balancing creativity with future...

Time for Observation

There are lots of quick creative workouts you can do daily to keep your mind in shape. Try simple observation to help keep your creative mind at its...

Creative Control in the Digital Age

The digital age comes with a loss of creative control when it comes to displaying our photographs. These quick thoughts might help you remedy that...

What You Think About

Think more creatively, become more creative? It works, I think! Here are some thoughts on how creative thought can make you a better photographer.

Broadening Your Horizons

Is it possible to create a photograph that doesn’t fit into any genre? Maybe, maybe not, but the pursuit of such an image could be worthwhile.

Forget about Gear

Is it the gear that makes art? Or is it the photographer’s creative skill? It’s time to forget about the gear and instead, focus on the mind that...