Tag: visualization

Rethinking Visualization

Rethinking Visualization

| January 5, 2012 | 5 Replies

I now measure my growth as a photographer in terms of the degrees to which I am aware of, have developed my sense of, and have the skills to symbolize visually the four-dimensional structure of the universe. –Wynn Bullock In my book Creative Landscape Photography, I introduce a framework for creative image-making relying on six […]

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eBook Featured on Black Star Rising Blog

eBook Featured on Black Star Rising Blog

| September 29, 2010 | 2 Replies

Famed New York photo agency Black Star today began featuring a series of excerpts from my Creative Landscape Photography eBook on the excellent Black Star Rising blog.

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eBook Announcement: Creative Landscape Photography

eBook Announcement: Creative Landscape Photography

| September 12, 2010 | 12 Replies

At long last, my new eBook “Creative Landscape Photography” is now available for purchase! As some of you may be able to attest, the majority of instructional photography books focus on camera operation and are aimed towards newcomers to the practice of photography. This eBook picks up where others leave off and is aimed at […]

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Visualization (aka Postprevisualization?)

Visualization (aka Postprevisualization?)

| September 7, 2009 | 11 Replies

Forgive me for airing out a minor pet peeve but I have always been somewhat of a stickler for proper terminology. It’s not clear who came up with the nonsensical term “previsualization” or who was the first to make the mistake of attributing it to Ansel Adams but the term became so established that it […]

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