MARKUS VARESVUO

OPEN YOUR SENSES AND USE YOUR IMAGINATION

Every situation is full of opportunities.

The first chapters described how the foundation for good images is built on a well thought-out idea and patience and perseverance in working toward realizing the idea. This chapter aims to demonstrate that even an ordinary situation can be turned into an interesting image if you give yourself time to see all its potential and use your gray matter to come up with an original solution.

I was photographing a flock of Common Ringed Plovers one early autumn as they were resting on a small rock in shallow water close to the shore. Nothing special was going on. Moving right or left revealed nothing interesting in the background, and the light conditions ...

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