at all… There’s such amazing people around and so many good ones able to teach photography regarding every single detail.
I love, I love so much to read about photography, exposure, composition. I love visiting galleries. I love to know the most I can and it’s never enough to my eyes.
But for sure, I’m NOT a technical photographer. I’m not good at saying how to shoot, I just do my job only depending on a huge knowledge of the tools I’m using but always pushed by my instinct.
It’s just a matter of inspiration to my eyes, like 95% to be honest.
The final 5% is about “how to”.
I can use any camera in my hands and in 1 minute get to the final shot I have in my mind. But don’t ask me about details, I could never do it.
I change ISO or aperture in any camera to take the shot I want, because the camera it’s just a tool.
But I’m so far away from Scott Kelby or Chris Orwig or whoever.
I’m focused on the final image, to get what I have in mind, I do not take attention the way I get there, I know how to get there using my instinct, but don’t ask me the details, I’m not at all a technical photographer and I have too much respect for the ones really good with that.
Same story about post production. I love and I spend nights reading about photoshop or lightroom or masks or compositing. I know how to deal with everything in the process but about details… same old story, it’s all about instinct.
I see a color dominance from miles away, and I know how to deal with that, but don’t ask me to sell the details.
I can tell you if a camera is a good one, but I focus on getting the final results, I don’t really care what camera I’m using, unless I know I can get the best quality posssible.
I’m sorry, I’m not really a tech photographer.
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