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WE ALL COME TO PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH a desire to create images of the things that we see, from a personal perspective. As Picasso observed, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Unfortunately, individual life experiences make us lose our intuitive ability to create images without thought. However, our personal visual language is determined by our ability to create our images from the heart, allowing them not to be controlled by the head but only to be informed by it. Through the creation of personal work we can explore the concept of developing our personal language, while telling the stories that most interest us, using our life experiences to ...

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