If I had one and only one tip to pass on to a budding photography student, it would to look at the world around us from a different perspective.
And that would be to look at photography subjects not as objects or collections, but to observe them as assemblages of various degrees of light.
As the eye moves from reality to the focal plane, the brain must perceive the nuances of both shadow and reflection. It is not instinctive, but rather, it is a skill that can be honed with practice.
Morning and evening light is the best, as the lower angle and intensity creates natural contrast that makes photos come alive!
Photography is light. And understanding the properties of light will lead to better photos!
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