Starting to take photographs is not very different from starting to write. In the beginning, says Rafael Rojas, we learn how to handle the camera, just as we did with the pen. We practise, we copy, we compare and, finally, we develop
If there is one particular idea that causes panic and horror amongst the community of photographers, it is the idea of not having achieved our ‘personal vision’ and ‘style’. After reading, hearing and talking so much about these terms, it might seem logical to start thinking that attaining a truly personal level of photographic expression is the lucky destiny awaiting a few chosen ones, or maybe a kind of…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 40 of Landscape Photography Magazine.