Today we would like to showcase a beautiful collection from our friend, Eric Hatch. Eric in his own words…. “I have been blessed with lousy eyesight. Thanks to poor visual acuity I see shapes and patterns far better than I see detail. This trait influences my work, giving it a sense of composition, design, and […]
Archives for January 2015
There are two ways you can start the New Year. The first way is to keep doing what you did during the previous 365 days as if the counter didn’t reset to zero. The second way, and the one I highly suggest, is for you to take some time analyzing your activity this past year […]
Diversity and specialization are exact opposites, and usually it is a bit of diversity that can help a business to survive. Where professional digital photography is concerned, however, this is not exactly the case.
When I first saw Caleb’s work I was transported back to when I was a young boy absolutely fascinated with the world of science. He truly captures the essence of the simple scientific experiment, turning it into amazing works of art.
I hope you enjoy Caleb’s work as much as I do. Make sure and visit his website, http://www.calebcharland.com/, to view more examples of his fascinating photography.
Smoke is such a mysterious subject to shoot. It’s really unknown as to what your going to get until you start shooting and later look at what you’ve captured. The smoke can create the most interesting shapes and take on familiar forms. Below are great examples of this process. What forms can you see the […]