The humanity of photography

 

If Crystal Blackwell’s photograph of a boy saying good-bye to his soldier father is not enough to convince you that a powerful human experience trumps a bad background every time, I can’t help you.

This is either my weakest photo tip or my greatest; it certainly isn’t going to help you decipher the relationship between your shutter speed and your ISO setting.

It may, however, be the tip that inspires you to triumphantly slog through those annoying technical details and return to that place deep in your heart that made you pick up a…

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About paulomealha

IT professional, father, husband, Apple evangelist, motorbike fanatic, traveller and adventurer.
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