Stories Waiting To Be Expressed Through Photography
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Stories Waiting To Be Expressed Through Photography Posted By Pooja

Stories Waiting To Be Expressed Through Photography
What do you think of when you think of photography?  Perhaps, the camera, the photos, the lighting or the photographer.  But did you know that the most important thing you need to take a photo is not a camera, but your eyes?  You need to have the ability to look at whatever you are seeing and visualize what you want to capture so that when you take the picture, the result is a magnificently stunning photograph that leaves the audience speechless.  
   
When I first met my husband, I would get very impatient whenever he wanted to take a photo because he would spend nearly an hour trying to take one photo of a swan on the lake, for example.  We didn’t use a fancy camera that professional photographers use, just a regular digital camera with zoom.  A few days later, when we got the films developed, the photo of the swan, for which I was so impatient about, came out so stunning, that I was speechless.  It was then that I learned that he had gotten a national award for photography in a competition he entered held by his college.  The patience and vision one requires to be a successful photographer is the most important factor.  It is just like any other art form that you can lose yourself in, as you perch yourself in front of the forest and wait patiently for the bird you are watching to take flight. That perfect moment, when you capture the image of the bird taking off combined with the lighting of the sunlight in the sky, is the kind of thing that makes you realize that there is something greater than you in this world.  
   
So, if you are fiddling around taking photos and want to learn how to take pictures, the correct lighting, the equipment the techniques, etc., you can do that in a photography class But there is one thing you cannot learn in classes that nobody can teach you and that is a passion for taking the photos.  An ability to imagine the image before you as you wish to capture it.  So, take your classes and lay the foundations in place and then get out there in the world and capture the stories that the world is full of, using your own unique vision, which you will need to discover.   


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