Thursday, March 15, 2012
As a photographer, and especially a photographer without a job, one of the most valuable things you can get is inspiration. I've said this time and time again, because it remains as true as ever. It doesn't matter how well you can craft and create a photograph, if you don't know what you want to create. Occasionally one just walks into a situation that beckons to make art out of it, but most of the time one needs to go out and find it themselves. One of my largest sources of inspiration is my family's cottage outside of Grand Bend. I had a miniature holiday there this past weekend (before spending the rest of the March Break working) and made several new images. Noteworthy of those being these two, Tundra Swan Migration and Drift.
Archipelago Photography- islands of thought and image, connected with a name