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I love this description of the creative process. I agree 100% and see things this way often. In fact, when driving by a bridge under construction recently, I commented to friends about the interesting geometry and shadows of the steel supports. They laug ... [Leggi di più...]
I love this description of the creative process. I agree 100% and see things this way often. In fact, when driving by a bridge under construction recently, I commented to friends about the interesting geometry and shadows of the steel supports. They laughed and said, "Only you could find interest in something as boring as a construction project." I bet you and a lot of DT contributors would have seen the same thing I did. :)
Your images are terrific and express your hard work. I'm encouraged to become more proficient with Photoshop for more than just lighting touchups and cropping. Thanks!inviato in QUALITY:
Great article! You have described my experience exactly. I have learned a lot in the past ~3 years and my sales and acceptance rate reflect that. Also, getting better equipment and checking to see if a topic is saturated on DT helps too. Thanks!inviato in Learn from the refusals you receive - here is how
WilliamsphereLittle Rock, United States
Always in learning mode, I'm super visual and enjoy capturing a variety of images. Looking for something specific? Message me here or tag up at my blog or website www.ldwilliams.com. I shoot in RAW and JPEG.
Iscritto:October 4, 2014
Attrezzatura:Sony Alpha 7II, MeFoto tripod, various filters
Soggetti preferiti:Geology, architecture, technology, retro machinery, fungi, macro, western gear, aerospace, engineering and aviation, Pacific Northwest, and travel
Sono un fotografo che lavora esclusivamente con Dreamstime.com.
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