Embracing Photographic Challenges: A Lens for Innovation and Growth

Embracing Photographic Challenges: A Lens for Innovation …

In the spirit of Albert Einstein’s wisdom, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results,” we uncover a profound truth that resonates in the world of photography. Indeed, crises, whether personal or professional, present…

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Less is more

Less is more

In art, sculpture, and artistic research, the concept of “subtractive work” reflects the philosophy of “less is more.” It’s a practice that doesn’t belong to everyone; it requires discipline and a deep commitment to simplicity. This approach, comparable to the…

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Mindful Creation: Photography as an Art Form and Tool for Self-Expression

Mindful Creation: Photography as an Art Form …

Entering the realm of photography transcends mere technical mastery; it embodies a profound form of artistic expression rooted in your unique perspective. As a photographer, you possess the ability to transcend documentation; you craft narratives that reflect your individuality. Each…

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With a bit more intelligence I would quit

With a bit more intelligence I would …

“With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” Or the unique and marvelous paradox of the artist’s work. “With a bit more intelligence, I would quit..” a phrase uttered by the artist in the interview with Giacometti when this great…

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How to capture Plants and Textures  in Black and White Photography

How to capture Plants and Textures in …

In the world of black and white photography, discovering the potential of texture requires a strategic approach. From my perspective, the journey begins by thinking in monochrome from the outset—translating colors into a grayscale canvas. 1. Previsualization is Key: To…

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