Welcome photography friends! This week is all about choosing your subject and going a little deeper. Many times we pull out our camera and photograph fairly obvious things, like the Washington Monument in DC or everyone crowded together with arms flung over shoulders at a family gathering.
This week is an invitation to go beyond the obvious subjects in your surroundings. At any given moment, there are 360 degrees of interesting items that could be your subject. Our brain is just waaaay too good at filtering out what it considers to be irrelevant or unproductive information, so we just don't see. This week, let's challenge that!
We'll go over:
1. What makes a good photograph?
2. How to choose a subject
3. What the frame is and how to fill it up
4. Perfect focus
Scroll down and download your workbook - I revised the checklist.
Then go through the videos, do the exercises, fill out the feedback form, and let me know if you have any questions!