Understanding why a scene amazes us and finding ways to photograph it to better serve our amazement can enhance the joy of being an artist. Trevor Anderson explains his thoughts
When I compose an image, it virtually always starts intuitively; through seeing something that interests me in a scene, though I may not be able to pinpoint why it does initially. Many of my favorite images start with being awed; they begin in those moments when I feel compelled to look in a certain direction at the right moment and see just the right unfolding of a scene. This sense of wonder and awe are critical, because it is only after this level of emotion has kicked in that I can feel convinced that this is a scene worthy of my time and energy. Once I reach a high level of inspiration, I can then begin to…
Read this and many more inspirational articles in High Definition inside Issue 44 of Landscape Photography Magazine.