Documentary Photographer and Host Cliff Etzel talks about how placing all your eggs in the Social Media platform basket is a recipe for business disaster and provides some proven solutions that are shown to produce better results than relying upon social media.
Telling a visual story many times is in the details. It’s about seeing those subtle moments that most miss because they’re trying to capture something bigger.
It’s my belief that seeing unique, decisive moments visually requires what Eckhart Tolle’ refers to as “being in the present moment”. For me, this image is an example of that.
It stuns me at times to review my work to see the subtle influences of certain photographers I admire, in this instance the work of @williamalbertallard, and how those influences reveal themselves in the images I capture. This quiet moment didn’t initially jump out at me during post production but as I stopped to look at it longer, it quietly, yet profoundly spoke to me…
A quiet moment capturing this young woman unawares looking out a doorway before a local grange hall dance. Documenting the everyday nuances of ordinary life has a special appeal for me. No posing, no smiles, just a quiet moment in time captured.