Shoot More! Week 3
What is creativity to you? What is your definition?
Write it down.
Do you journal or sketch? I do, I use my iPhone 6s Plus and my iPad Pro, love that Apple Pencil. I used to keep a sketchbook with me at all times but the digital devices started to take over for me. Which do you prefer? Digital or what we grew up on, paper? Both work as long as you use them. Sketch concepts, compositions, explore your ideas. Make a list of images you have in your head. Write out what inspires you. A word, a place you want to visit, how the light took over a scene and made you feel. Free write, what ever pops into your head. Have fun, get that journal back out or continue on the journey you already practice.
Many people start a daily practice after reading and exploring The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron. Is this book already on your bookshelf or nightstand?
Push your thinking - This could be fun - Crop to a square, circle, or pano this week.
-The Kodak, the original consumer camera “You press the button, we do the rest.” was loaded with a spool of film that held 100 exposures - Those images were output to a 2.5 inch diameter round image and then mounted on cards.
People Who Inspire Thought:
Mary Ingram Tomaino shared some fabulous posts of her Lumen Prints the past few weeks.
Here is a link to the Lumen process that Mary shared on the FaceBook page
The app I use for my digital sketchbook on the iPad Pro - GoodNotes
Next I thought I would make a list of the programs and apps you guys are using, did I miss any? I'm Sure I did.
Photoshop link Amazon Adobe
Photomatix Educational pricing link - http://www.hdrsoft.com/order/academic.html - Thanks O'D for sharing this with us
Keywords: Barbara Kasten, George Eastman, Heather Protz, Jill Enfield, Las Vegas, Lumen Prints, Mary Ingram Tomaino , Shoot More, Stephen Shore
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