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LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process

Brooks Jensen

Arts, Visual Arts

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Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These short 2-4 minute talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 35 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work and building an audience. Brooks Jensen is the publisher of LensWork, one of the world's most respected and award-winning photography publications, known for its museum-book quality printing and luxurious design. LensWork has subscribers in over 73 countries. His latest books are "The Creative Life in Photography" (2013) and "Looking at Images (2014).

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LW1008 - What Can I Do

March 23rd, 2017

Having just discovered a fun software app called INKredible, I'm now asking one of my basic creativity questions - What can I do with this? You might be interested in . . . We are delighted to announce that next week we will be printing Peripheral Vision by Chuck Kimmerle. This 72-page book is our latest publication in the LensWork Monograph...

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LW1007 - Constant Change

March 21st, 2017

Organic materials are, well, organic. Things change over time. As makers of things, we need to be constantly vigilant to these changes - as this story from the production of LensWork illustrates. You might be interested in . . . We are delighted to announce that next week we will be printing Peripheral Vision by Chuck Kimmerle. This 72-page book...

Report on my real-world week without a tripod, using Panasonic's "dual stabilization" and high ISO managed with post-processing noise reduction. Technical, but the implications for my photographing process are profound. Data referred to in this podcast PDF of the images

Rarely do the images I create look like the places I've photographed. I've concluded I'm not in the least a documentarian, but rather an interpretarian. You might be interested in . . . Last year's Seeing in SIXES entries and book were such a success, we're doing another one this year! We are now accepting entries and looking forward to...