As a photographer, when you release your mind to the concept that there is beauty in everything, the world becomes your canvas.
We often only get our camera out when something strikes us as beautiful—a sunset, a flower, a child.
Shooting subjects that are less than perfect provides the photographer with the opportunity to tell a story or even to show the beauty that does exist in the imperfect.
Shooting ordinary and plain things can allow the photographer to show how interesting everyday objects and moments can be.
In this guide, Leanne Cleaveley walks you through her thoughts and techniques for finding beauty everywhere and in everything.
Here’s what she covers:
- How simple or ugly subjects can make for exciting and beautiful images
- How imperfect subjects can tell a photographic story
- Tips on creating interest in your shots of the mundane
- Ideas on what to look for when searching for beauty in common subjects and what questions to ask when shooting them!
There is plenty of fun and discovery in this guide!
Grab it now!
Photo Credit: Leanne Cleaveley