@EricG
Eric Owens
@EricG · 4:09

Photography: my photos

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If you have lines, lines are great. So lines can be something that draws the eye into the photography photos, especially curved streams and curved rivers are great. Curves are really wonderful. So when you have lines, you want to make sure that it kind of draws the viewer into the the photo. So lines are important. The miss was a huge element in this photograph. I was really happy that there was mist that morning, and that's pretty typical

#photography #photos #nature #national parks #lakes #wilderness

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@sagarbhosale
Sagar Bhosale
@sagarbhosale · 0:43

Fabulous click

What a fabulous click. I'm definitely not a professional photographer like yourself. The photo that you've clicked is amazing. I'm sharing a photo along with it. The one that I am uploading with. This one is around I think like it should be around 9000ft or something. The haze or the horizon that you're seeing of clouds, the average range is just hidden in that. This is just a fresh sunrise. You can see the moon on the top. So yes, definitely
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@sebc23
Sebastian Cahill
@sebc23 · 0:59

thank you for sharing your craft!

But I've been doing just a little bit kind of dabbling in photography, and I'd really love to kind of try and take it to the next level, because it's something that I really enjoy doing. But, yeah, I'm wondering, you know, did you take a class? Like, were you kind of just self taught and hung around until you kind of got the hang of it?
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@EricG
Eric Owens
@EricG · 4:56

@sebc23

As far as how I got started, the reasons, what I did, all that, I got into photography because I wanted to capture the moment for purposes of personal memories. And then beyond that, a lot of that influence happened when I migrated to the Pacific Northwest. When I saw the incredible beauty of the Pacific Northwest, I wanted to capture it. Right? So as for my training, I have both self taught a mix of self taught and formal training
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@sebc23
Sebastian Cahill
@sebc23 · 0:57
I'm thinking that in addition to, like you said, kind of just practicing my own. I'm hoping to do some graduation photos for some of my friends to just get some practice and maybe take them out somewhere nice to do it. Definitely. I'm going to try and take a class or two. I'm at UC Berkeley, and they have a pretty solid photography department from what I've heard. So hopefully I can bump my way into one of those electives and kind of get started
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