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What is your perspective as a photographer?

Discussion in 'Education & Tutorials' started by Eduard, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Eduard

    Eduard Administrator
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    I watched this VDO many times, and it inspired me to see with my heart. Honestly, it is very difficult not to let the prejudice of what it might be, overlay your thoughts. It is not only in portraits; I am so bad at it; it is also in street photography as well. When I look at photos what people, including me, taking photos of, I can see that it is quite often cliché Scenes.
    I've learned from that VDO long time ago that I should take photos what interests me, asking what it is that interests me and try to get on my camera sensor.
     
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    To record what i see,no deep meanings.
     
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