Focussing on how it feels best…

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Comments (4)

    • John
      June 13, 2017 at 20:45
      I love this article on focus...because it explains your vision...how you use your photography to express how you feel...perfectly. How photography for you is not just a technical exercise...but an art and way of expressing. It reminds me of a documentary that I saw a few years ago about a lecturer teaching piano...who was trying to explain to her students about taking the musical expression to the next level...showing the difference between a student who was technically perfect...compared to someone who was too...but who also added something more...expressed something that came from deep inside of themselves fully through their playing...the difference was amazing and very emotional...that is how I feel when I look at your beautiful art.
      • Isabel
        June 13, 2017 at 20:57
        Thank you so much, John :-). I like the story about the piano teacher as it also highlights that you need to have the vision/feeling as well as the "technical" knowledge which I very much agree with. One without the other can never be complete...
    • June 14, 2017 at 13:07
      Very interesting article and a great insight into your creative world. Really like the soft focus tree picture in the Peak District especially the tone. I am still trying to reproduce this tone but have almost given up.
      • Isabel
        June 14, 2017 at 18:51
        Thank you very much, Ian. :-) I haven't forgotten and will send you the details of the tone as soon as I have a little more time, hopefully this weekend.

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