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).
February 9th, 2016
Episode 73 of 142 episodes
For years now I've utilized a two-camera strategy that I've become so comfortable with that I now can't imagine using only one camera in the field. Unfortunately, this doubles my costs for a new camera. You might be interested in . . . We're so excited to announce that LensWork is launching a new book publication project unlike any we've ever seen. This book will feature the work of our readers - like you! - printed with the quality you've come to expect from LensWork Publishing. Deadline for entries is June 15, 2016. Everyone who enters will receive a bookwhether or not your work is selected for publication. Visit www.lenswork.com for Seeing in SIXES entry form and instructions and submit one or more entries now! This promises to be an important and substantial survey of photography from theLensWork community, subscribers as well as non-subscribers.
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