A Call for Questions
August 26, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Introvert ≠ Anti-Social
I'm an introvert - I typically get energized through spending time alone, and find excessive interaction draining. That does not mean I set out to be anti-social, and I can even be in front of large groups of people with no issue.
When I'm out shooting, the best version of me shows up, and my line between introvert and extrovert practically disappears. I sincerely enjoy the interaction with fellow photographers and the wonderful people who get up early and stay up late to view some of nature's most majestic vistas. I start to thrive on getting to know them, and in particular, answering their questions on photography.
Open call for questions
I would love to hear your questions about photography, cameras, techniques, locations, processing... just about anything! Connect with me on social media or send me a note using my contact page, and I'll be glad to answer your questions!
Along that line, I'm going to start tackling some of the questions I receive in hopes that my answers will benefit you and your photography, wherever you are. That's one of the things I love about art - it's not a competition. If you want to be creative, I want to help you.
So-- please send me your questions, and come back tomorrow for part one of, "How to put a landscape photographer out of business."
Thanks for looking,
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