Theme Based PhotographyTopic-based photography
I' ve seen many pros photographing to find out what makes them click. I was looking everywhere for paintings, but my brain was not able to arrange all these paintings. There was something lacking, and that was a subject. Photographing on a subject has many advantages and can make a very difference to the way you shoot.
That' s why many a photographer works this way, because it makes their lives much easier and more convenient. Opportunities for image and angle are endless. Take photos of the whole amount, of a pair that spends a lot of each other' s precious moments, or of a detail on someone's coat. Maybe you can just take photos of the band.
Removing things that are not important to your idea or recording styles. That'?s why you need to know what you're looking for before you go out to fire. Let's say you choose that your theme at this musical event should be women's dance. Now you will direct all your attentions only to them and take photos of detail on their wrists, dresses, etc.
Prior to working on subjects in my photography, I spend many long hours looking for beautiful motions and shots that I could record with my cam. I walked eight to nine hrs through the town on an ordinary passing morning and only shot for half an hour. If you select a certain topic or topic before going out, you know where to look.
The work on topics is a very good time-saving custom that can help you close the loop between searching for the right recording and the actual implementation. You' ll begin to get a better understanding of what you are shooting, and after a few month you may find a job that is tough. If you have a love of trendy streets and are building a collection of great pictures on the subject, you can use this collection to find your prospective customers.
You can also register these photos for a contest to see if they are good enough to give you a commendation or award. However, I don't suggest that you take photos just to get credit, because then you could end up working on things you might not like so much.
We' re all thinking about stile, it's an artist's handwriting. It is our desire that our paintings be recognized by men who only look at them and say: "These are the paintings of John because they look like this. The development of a particular stylistic is a question of age. When you work on topics and things that are important to you, you will see which things you like to take photos of and how you like to do them.
You' ll start to see yourself in your work. Your styling will develop as you grow. It'?s not about a deliberate choice, it's about getting to know yourself. When you are in a rush to shape your work with your own personal touch, find a theme that interests you and take a picture.
So, if you have the feeling that your work is not moving forward and you are trapped, try turning around a topic for a while. Watch how it will help you concentrate, enhance your styling and ultimately become a better still artist.