Look Back

Looking back at some of the most dramatic and thought-provoking images you made, it’s an essential exercise to understand where your photography is now, and how it has been influenced by those shots.

It’s a beautiful thing to be able to realize how you frame the subjects now in relation to those old pictures. The tendency to crop your subjects in one way or another is an evolving process.

That is one of the reasons why I think you never stop learning and improving about your photography from moment to moment. Putting it in other words, from image to image.

The artistic process is always changing like the light you are capturing with your camera. This means learning from all the decisions you took and analysing them, will give you much more control and freedom to transform the images you want to create now.

We artists rely on our own experiences as well as on others to find the best way to express our creative vision.

Look back so you can look forward.

 

Indios Tarahumaras viajando en la parte trasera de una furgoneta pick up, Barrancas de Cobre; Sierra Tarahumara en el noroeste del estado mexicano de Chihuahua en México.

Wild courser running through a desertic beach in Patagonia, Chile, South America.

 

About the Author

Miguel is a freelance photographer and educator based in Brighton, who has travelled taking pictures all round the world. With more than 20 years of experience in photography he has the skills and passion about this craft to share the knowledge, advice and help you need. He teaches beginners, amateurs and professionals. Working at your own level and pace you will benefit from a personalised tuition either in a small group tour or in a one-to-one session. From getting to know how to control your camera’s settings to improving your compositions or to get a new and inspiring approach to your work he will help you to communicate visually in an efficient and enjoyable way through a creative and practical system.

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