April 16 , 2013 by: Daniela Bowker
Feature Articles, Photography Theory
You often hear people say that ‘real photographers’ make photos; people who just take photos, well, take them. Me? I take photos. My photographs are moments sliced out of time and captured as pixels. That’s thievery.
This post was written by Daniela Bowker, who has written 1397 articles for Photocritic
Daniela has written three books on photography, contributed to several others, and acted as the editorial consultant on many more.
Her newest book, Social Photography, is currently available as a digital download as well as in bookshops in the UK and US.
You might also want to check out her exploration of other-worldly photographic creations, Surreal Photography: Creating the Impossible, and Photo School Fundamentals, for which she contributed the section on composition.
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