Photography Tip – Intuition

Listen to your gut and look at the work of other photographers and artists to see what’s possible. I gain much of my inspiration from painters. In particular, I am always inspired by Gerhard Richter . He uses photography in his work in many different ways. From painting on photographs to painting paintings that look like photographs.

Drive-by Shooting Photo
Time is Our Currency, New York City, 13 October 2014

I am also inspired by Saul Letter who made photographs that looked like paintings. So yes, I tend to be inspired by those artists that blur the lines. When you look at work closely, it might be the smallest thing that attracts your eye and that you can use in your photography.

This tip can be for street photography or any kind of photography that interests you. Keep your eyes open to the possibilities!

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