These photos cover a variety of historical incidents and required the ideal timing, perfect composition, iconic and stirring moments that could just have easily been missed if a vigilant photographer wasn’t present. They each tell a powerful story that continues to have meaning well into the present.
Adapting in Wedding Photography
Now could a better, more experienced photographer captured all of this in one photo, in just one attempt? Sure, I have no doubt. But that’s part of the photography journey. You do the absolute best that you can with what you have.
Going On A Bear Hunt: How to Finish No Matter What
If you’re stuck on a project, or are about to jump into a project that you know could get you stuck, whether one step or a whole, here are some tips to help you finish no matter what.
Finishing Well: An Illustration
It’s challenging and stressful to be a full-time mom and a freelance working illustrator. But, on the other hand, it really isn’t. I get to work bit by bit.
48 Hours of Creative Mayhem
For the past 10 years I’ve been entering the 48-hour film festival in New Zealand and it has taught me to be creative within some major constraints.
Finding Work and Truth on the Road
Fascinated by how the concept of “work” has evolved, photojournalist Josh Rose recently set out on a month-long road trip across the country to meet and document Americans at work. Here, Josh shares his stories and photos from the road and what he learned along the way.
Issue 3: The Long Middle: Sticking with the Work
The true measure of our progress is seeing how many hurdles we can pass before we feel we have conquered our personal bests.
Social Professionalism: A Manner That Must Be Relearned
Social professionalism is the easiest part of business, it’s so easy that it’s often overlooked, or missed completely. Making simple changes in your social-professional world can greatly improve your online presence.
Photography, A Two-Dimensional Art
I appreciate photography most particularly for its documentary capacity, as well as its potential to be a creative outlet. However, I am not just a photographer, but also a potter – and the relatively intangible nature of photography frustrated me.
Then it hit me. There is this cool thing called Google. It can give you loads of information in mere seconds. And hey, it might even help you find a solution or two, or twelve.
Our job as photographers is to create meaningful art for our clients. As artists, we have to be able to connect with those whom we photograph. If not, every image we create will feature a disconnect.
Rejuvenating My Love of Photography
Why I switched camera systems, and how it rejuvenated my love for photography.