At the start of this photo study project I had a bit of doubt about being able to make it to the finishing line…once a week, 52 blogs….three 16-week college semesters plus one summer semester…no holiday or vacation breaks – was a huge challenge. And today, I’m posting the final blog of this year-long learning project.
This Study was inspired by a number of bloggers:
- Raj @ https://www.expresseddigitally.com
- Streets of Nuremberg @ https://streetsofnuremberg.com and
- Ian MacDonald Photography @ https://ianmacdonaldphotography.com. All three, in their unique way, share their expertise with others that I found encouraging and motivated me to learn more about photography.
- I have deep appreciate for the work Ted Forbes’s invested in The Art of Photograph and for his willingness to share and encourage @ http://theartofphotography.tv
So where do we go from here? May I recommend:
- The Art of Photography @ http://theartofphotography.tv
- Magnum Photos @ https://www.magnumphotos.com
- The Candid Frame @ http://www.ibarionex.net/thecandidframe
- PhotoBlog @ https://www.photoblog.com/learn/12-street-photography-tips/
- 123Photogo @ https://123photogo.com
- Petapixel @ https://petapixel.com/topic/tutorials
- Lee Aspland @ https://leeaspland.com/developing-mindfulness-through-photography
- NYIP @ https://www.nyip.edu/photo-articles/photography-tutorials
- YouTube has multiple photo education videos such as
Photography books are a great resource especially those that focus upon particular photographers. Look for them in your local library, used book stores, yard sales. My favorite photo books are those published by Aperture Magazines.
Online galleries are also a great place to study particular photographers.
Supervision New York is a great place to visit especially if you are interested in Michael Kenna’s work @http://supervisionnewyork.com/gallery
Thank you for joining me in this journey of discovery. If a blogger, site, book, or video has inspired your photography I would appreciate hearing from you. Again, thank you and I do hope you had fun, lots of fun.
5 replies to “a photo study: going forward”
Thanks for the links, Brenda….some food for thought there. And well done for lasting the course!
Ah… I wish this would go on forever… Thank you, Brenda, for doing this project, which helps me learning photographing in many ways. I plan to go back to work on the subjects that I have missed. Hopefully by the time I have caught up with all of them, you are coming up with another series of photo study 😉 Ha.
THANKS! Have a great day.
Helen, thank you for joining me. It was an intense learning journey…I find myself reviewing the post on contemplative photography.
Thank you for the links Brenda, and thank you for inspiring us to learn new concepts in photography.
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