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Guest Article: My 20 Years of Architectural Photography Career by James B. Norman

Lately, I have been asked often”what should I be doing with my photography?” and “what is really important about photography?”

To answer to that question I’d like to share a small tale of my own convoluted path of my photography career through the years, and my attempt to find meaning in what I was doing.

I’ve been a professional architectural photographer for over 20 years, and did fine art B/W work prior to that for a few years. I see so many photographers that have nice equipment, have a good eye for photography, and yet have no direction or focus to their work. I thought I would take a few minutes and share a bit of my experience with some of you.

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Macro Photographers – (Part 1: “This is a Bug’s Life!” by Peiling Lee)

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Passionate about macro-photography, I could not miss an article about this wonderful photographer who is Peiling Lee!

This is a bug’s life!

Macro photography is an Art, mixed with some imagination and a couple of accessories, fantastic photographer Peiling Lee’s series of Continue reading Macro Photographers – (Part 1: “This is a Bug’s Life!” by Peiling Lee)