In a matter of a few sessions they too can be just as creative as someone born with special artistic talent
Boone, NC (PRWEB) October 9, 2008
By following a few easy steps and tips, even those who feel they have no creativity or talent can develop vision, discover new photographic talent, and learn to see creatively.
Master photographer and teacher Bryan Peterson is the author of four books that have sold over 300,000 copies, including the best selling "Learning to See Creatively." On this week's free 7 Photography Questions podcast with host Dr. Audri Lanford, Peterson explains how to learn to see creatively - even for photographers not born with an abundance of creative ability.
"Photographers can really grow in their creativity. I really can't stress that enough because I've seen it happen amongst my students," explains Peterson, who is the winner of many awards including the prestigious New York Art Directors Gold Award. "In a matter of a few sessions they too can be just as creative as someone born with special artistic talent," Peterson continues.
In this interview, Peterson reveals how to:
- Discover secret techniques for more creative compositions.
- Learn to understand the special language of each lens- and how to use it - to take artistic photographs.
- Get "unstuck" and come up with more intriguing and creative shots.
- Find out the biggest mistake people make when learning to see creatively.
- Use simple psychological personality analysis to improve photographs.
- Do special exercises to see creatively as a photographer.
Towards the end of the interview, Peterson tells the stories behind several of his exceptional photographs and describes their unique compositions. Click here to find the current podcast called "Learning to See Creatively -- An Interview with Bryan Peterson".
Interviews with top photographers are posted to http://www.7PhotographyQuestions.com every Tuesday. Listeners can use any computer to hear the podcast at the http://www.7PhotographyQuestions.com website, or easily download it to any MP3 player or subscribe at iTunes for iPods and iPhones. The text of the interviews are also posted to the website, as well as Show Notes, the photographs that are discussed, and all of the resources mentioned in each podcast. All of the current podcasts are available here. http://www.7photographyquestions.com/audio-podcast/