Go out and shoot

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Article Excerpt:
Go Out & Start Shooting
The human brain wants you to find the perfect idea. By going out and shooting whatever random subject matter is there (no matter how dull) can create inspiration within itself. Go out and shoot that fire hydrant, doors, trees and whatever other random, dull, static objects you may find in your line of vision! It may lead you somewhere unexpected.

Find A Color
Go out and shoot one color. Narrowing your subject matter down to one color will make you see photographs you never would have otherwise. Different colors have different moods too. If you are feeling calm and cool, go shoot blue. Do you feel happy? Shoot yellow or orange. There are many internet resources that you can look into to explore the color wheel and emotional interpretation of color.
~Some Thoughts on Photography by Dr. Dennis Woytek

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2 responses

  1. interesting, I’ve actually done what the tips suggest…I’ve got many shots of fire hydrants… 🙂

    June 10, 2013 at 11:55 pm

    • Junsjazz

      For the curious and the passionate, anything can be a subject. It’s in the style and approach. Thanks always Heather! Happy clicking!

      June 11, 2013 at 1:37 pm

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