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I tend to see the world in large sweeps. I see foreground, midground, and background as parts of a whole. That’s my natural way of seeing the world, and that influences how I see the subjects of my photos. I see subjects in context and capture how they relate to their surroundings.
That’s an interesting topic … how do different photographers tend to see the world outside of photography, and how does that influence their photography. Does personality or past experiences bias how photo subjects are seen? And, when you become self-aware of how you see your subjects, what learning and growth opportunities does that present?
Good topic for a podcast, I think!
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