Finding out who you are

I am no pro at photography..Being still fresh at this, trying to find out who you are as a photographer finally comes to play.

I know I am not a landscape photographer, I know I am not a studio photographer.. What I am is a detailed photographer. Close up photographer. I love to capture the details of people: the eyes, emotions, and expressions. I love to capture the details of plants and flowers: water drops on the leaves, fresh blooms, the sunlight and shade that essense the plants and flowers. I love to capture the details of animals: expressions, eyes, fur, hair. I love to capture the details of objects: Old cars, old buildings, memories, textures, metal and rust.

I like to take those photos and edit them. Create a more emotional attachment and meaning to the photo, giving it more essence and depth.

As seen here:

Old Car

* now that I have erased all my other photos in the gallery..lol..

Find out what type of photographer you are and who you are. Then bloom!

Again, this is just me and what works for me as a photographer, as this could work for you or just maybe not work for you..

When I had my online magazine.. which I miss doing.. I had an interview with Miguel Heredia.. (graphic artist) and what words stuck in my head and will always be with me.. was "Persevere" . He taught me to never give up creativity.

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January 11, 2008

Mrvent

Wow, your blog is very emotional yet simple... Thanks for the words, you inspire to do things that i want to do, not what I need to do.. Now I can make a more creative shots of my Acura Integra Headers without thinking of what others will say to me... Thanks alice...

August 07, 2007

Lancemichaels

After reading your "blog" I think you just kicked my focus back into position. Thanks...I almost forgot why I do this for fun.

Mike

July 27, 2007

Denisebeverly

alice i understand completely about detail photography, i am right there with you. i am waiting on a macro lens. i have been pining away after the intricate details in each shot i take.

you have such a wonderfully creative eye for images and what they can become. persevere is such a powerful word.

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