Here we can get perspective: be it a raging waterfall, the roar of a lion or the delicate wings of a dragonfly. As someone once said, “Nature never goes out of style.” Wake up to the light of the sky, breathe – let nature teach you about patience. Some photo moments I just can’t describe or talk about.
The human body is beautiful and full of emotion. When these feelings overflow and we are fortunate to be present, photography may allow us to capture them together. It’s only our view. Annie Liebowitz, a renowned photographer, remarked, “The thing that you see in my pictures is that I’m not afraid to fall in love with these people.” It’s quite a thing photographing people – it lingers with you. We learn to see – then it doesn’t stop: the seeing and framing is always there and active.
Take a moment out of time and hold it still forever – or at least until time itself just fades it. Then in that moment, that’s frozen, it can be felt and loved. We hope photography will be primarily about, not just images we’re photographing, but how we feel and how we see them. Will today I be fortunate to capture the stalking jaguar when it reveals itself? Will this photo taken paint a more vivid picture for you than all the words?
Announcement coming for the next J.Rand Photography gallery showing. Please check back soon!