One Subject Exploration: A Guide to Creative Photography


  • Taking the time to really explore a subject can lead to unique and creative photographs.
  • Set a time limit to challenge yourself and learn to work with limitations.
  • Experiment with different angles and perspectives to capture the subject in new and interesting ways.
  • Try using different lenses and focal lengths to focus on different aspects of the subject.
  • Thinking creatively about ordinary objects can expand your photographic thought process and lead to more unique and personal images.

Ted’s Take:

Who knew a pencil could be so interesting? Well, actually, these photographers did. They took on the challenge of photographing a pencil in as many ways as possible, and the results are surprisingly captivating. It just goes to show that with a little creativity and a different perspective, even the most ordinary objects can become works of art. So next time you’re feeling stuck or uninspired, just grab a pencil and start shooting. You never know what amazing images you might discover. Plus, if all else fails, at least you’ll have a handy tool for doodling during those long editing sessions.

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