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Don't Bring "Street Think" Into Your Documentary Work

Many people fall short in their documentary work because they are thinking like street photographers. Documentary photography is at a whole different level than street photography, which takes much more work and thought.

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Which is Best for Documentary Photography - Mirrorless or DSLR?

I haven't commented on this often mentioned debate, but my position is still the same as it was two years ago.

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How to Add Depth and Dimension to Your Photographs

In a recent New Mexico photography workshop we went over several tips on how to add depth and dimension to photographs. In this short podcast I share ways in which you can move past taking flat images.

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Comparing Gordon Parks and Joel Meyerowitz

Today we will look at two different famous photographers, and how they became famous for very different reasons. One photographer became famous due to their connections, the other through their extraordinary talents.

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Behind The Image: Kai Guang Amulet: Work Smoothly Lifetime of Peace

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Beyond the Rule of Thirds: Grid of Dynamic Symmetry

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The Truth About Photography: You Must Have Some Amount of Natural Talent for "Seeing"

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May
23

The Truth About Robert Frank

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The Truth About Robert Frank

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Iron Horse Adventure: In Search of Billy the Kid’s Black Hill Hideout

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