Jul 112009

An episode from my iTunes podcast, “Digital Photography and Artistry”.

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Starting this sub-series around Artistry in Aperture is a labor of love for me. In this first episode “Introduction”, I share what I am looking for when I photograph, how I think about my photographic art, and how Aperture supports that creativity. Lots of my images from around North America and the world are used in this episode as illustrations. Future episodes will go into more detail and depth on finding, shooting and creating individual images.

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