It’s easy to get excited about getting our camera out when we’re on vacation.
It’s not so easy when we are stuck at home.
What is the definition of “mundane”?
- lacking interest or excitement; dull.
I think we can all relate to that word, “dull”.
Most of us spend most of our time in familiar surroundings. How do we stay excited with our photography?
Use the mundane as a tool to becoming a better photographer!
When we explore our mundane world, with a fresh perspective, even a knot on a tree trunk can become a visual delight!
David Veldman has written us an awesome guide that gives you solid tips and suggestions on how to rediscover the world that is close to you.
There isn’t a single one of us that couldn’t use a little kick in the pants on this subject…
David will talk about –
- Don’t let your location drag you down. There are exciting images everywhere!
- How to use the “mundane” to sharpen your creative eye.
- Learn to see ‘into a subject’ - not just what it physically is - but see shape, color, shadow, and light.
- You’ll get some awesome tips on how to explore new techniques like ‘juxtaposition’.
- Discover the charm of mundane subjects. It’s there. We don’t always have to be looking at Mount Kilimanjaro, or camels traipsing across a desert landscape, to achieve exciting images!
If you want to learn more about creating powerful images, check out our Premium Guide: Powerful Imagery: The Photographer’s Insight, by Mitchell Kanashkevich.
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