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  1. Anthony Epes
    March 18, 2019 @ 8:23 am

    HI Walter

    Haha! I like the part when you said “pros bragging about their equipment” that makes me laugh (and cry inside) since creating great images is never about the camera, just about having the latest stuff – don’t get me wrong, I LOVE cameras but I know I can still make a great photo with a piece of crap. It’s all about us, not what we shoot with.

    Now then, since you do not do much traveling anymore and asked the question about seeing things differently, I would like to propose to you to look at my course The Art of the Image. This is the core topic in that course – how to see differently, hope to shoot creatively and what makes is so hard to shoot in your own backyard.
    And there is a lot more in there also.

    I will post this link for you. Let me know what you think.

    PS my new course coming out at the end of April is totally post processing.

    All the best


  2. Walter
    March 17, 2019 @ 10:10 pm

    Anthony, I’ve been taking photos for well over 50 years and have just recently taken an interest in post processing. Hardly ever travel and have had no photography mentor and I see all the amazing images posted here and there and rather than being inspired I’m usually intimidated. I take photos of things I like i.e. people, places, and things in my rather small world. In Texas where I live it’s usually a LONG way to most scenic areas and the traffic getting out of or into town is a nightmare here in Houston, Texas. I’m gonna enroll in your upcoming video course to get some ideas. My question(s) is how can I I see things differently when I’m seeing the same thing(s) day after day. Sorry, I’m having a little pity party. I’ve written other “Pros” with no response and I’m not keen on going out on local photo shoots with folks who like to brag on their eqp’t and offer little or no help in improving.


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