In the March issue, I wrote about our recent travels in western China and the creative revelations I had there. For now, we are back home on the Isle of Skye and I have been digesting these thoughts and putting some time into my images and other writing obligations.
My own creative development is very much a series of steps leading to a plateau where I consolidate for a while before taking the next series of steps. In my experience, the most rapid elevations in development are usually caused by one of two things, or more commonly both.
Refining my technical approach
I put a lot of time into keeping current with technical processing development, such as the Tony Kuyper V5 Panel. I devote enough time to make sure I understand the implications of the new technology and how it can improve my images. The same goes for experimenting with...