Sisterhood Stories – Learning every day…

When it comes to photography, I know where my heart belongs.  In fine art, still life or portraiture.  Though in the last year,  I have been trying harder to get more landscapes in my portfolio.   And I must admit,  it ain’t easy for me.  I just don’t “see” it.  Each and every landscape photo I take is a challenge,  and not often am I satisfied with them.  A fine art composition talks to me,  a portrait speaks to my soul.  A landscape?  I’m still trying to figure out what it brings to me.  Unless I add an artistic twist to the image,  most of the time these images leave me feeling empty.  I feel like most of the time,  I’m just snapping away, without a purpose… Even though I have the most beautiful scenery in front of me…    I try to convince myself that the light is indeed the same light,  that the composition rules remain the same,  and given that, I should be able to capture, one, only one landscape, that I would be proud of.  But it’s still a work in progress.  I’m not giving up!  I will, one day,  get that perfect shot!  In the meantime,  I’m sharing my attempts,  my steps,  my learning curve in “traditional” landscape imagery…

This post is part of a blog circle, please go next to my friend Kay’s blog…

1 Comment on Sisterhood Stories – Learning every day…

  1. Kristi
    February 20, 2013 at 1:24 am (7 years ago)

    Wow! All of these images are so very beautiful and I do believe you have an eye for landscape photography. I do understand what you mean though…I struggle as well. I think you did wonderfully. Do share what you are learning. I’d love to learn from you. xoxo, Kristi

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