As an art form, the photographic image is meant to make us think.
It can become a bit boring to always see bridled conformity to most “camera club” standards. Breaking away from closed-minded rules will free you photographically.
While much of the practice of photography relies on the capabilities of the photographer, it also relies on serendipity and ones knowledge of the subject.
We are all guilty of shooting cliché imagery. Sometimes we just can’t help ourselves. The cliché seems to have been ingrained into our DNA.
Cliché and banality are both very close in definition, yet they are also used quite often to distinguish between certain types of photographs.
“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.” Diane Arbus NOTICE of Copyright: THIS POSTING AS WELL AS ALL PHOTOGRAPHS, GALLERY IMAGES, AND…