I had the pleasure of recently meeting my friend Jen, the wife of one of my favorite photographers, John. Jen is a self-described “one of a kind” photographer who is committed to her art and her life (you might recognize her work in the cover of my book “The Photographers’ Guide to New York City”). She has a very unique style – that is, her photographs are unlike any other because they are visually arresting.
The other thing I love about Jen is that she has no ego. She’s proud of her work and doesn’t care what else people think about it. She’s one of those rare individuals who seem to have no filter, and I can’t get over how much she’s touched my life lately. She was so kind and supportive when I interviewed her about my book and her love for photography, so thank you Jen.
The photographer Jen has a very unique style that is, her photographs are unlike any other because they are visually arresting. The other thing I love about Jen is that she has no ego. Shes proud of her work and doesnt care what else people think about it. Shes one of those rare individuals who seem to have no filter, and I cant get over how much shes touched my life lately.
It’s not just Jen and me who love Jen. She’s one of the best photographers I know.
I cannot stress this enough, unity in photography is about capturing the moment and making it beautiful. No matter what photography techniques you use or how you compose a shot, it has to come through in your photography. Your shot is what makes your picture. If you dont capture it, your shot will be incomplete, uninspired, and not very compelling.
I love unity in photography, but it’s always a struggle for me to capture it because I feel that it’s such a “one size fits all” approach to photography. It’s all about composition, lighting, and color. When I see images I don’t like, I go back to my favorite ones and make a new one.
I love unity because it gets me to think about composition, lighting, and colors. But the struggle is the same as with other things. You have to start with your strengths and weaknesses, and then use that to shape your images. If you are a composition guy, then you have to be careful not to overdo it, and be mindful of the shadows in your photos.
Photography is a whole lot more than just composition and color. Unity also means letting your subject matter come to life and being expressive with the colors your camera can capture. When you use a camera to capture a photograph its like capturing a live animal. The camera is what lets you know that its alive. Once you have that camera, your subject matter is up to you to express it. You can experiment with color, composition, and light and make your photos look amazing.
In photography, color and composition do matter. Sometimes you can make a great photograph with a dark background and a bright subject, but what if you want to show that you’re taking a photo of a person’s face? The first thing you have to do is decide what color they’re going to be. I’d recommend against taking photos of people’s faces unless they’re really pretty.
The best way to make a photo look good is to not only take photos of people, but photos of people with interesting features, and of people with other types of interesting features. You’ll also want to use a wide aperture, a neutral background, and a flash. I’ve found that taking photos of people in dark places looks the best.