So, you’ve got a camera. You’ve got a model. You’re completely dead set on taking THE most awesome picture the human world has ever seen. But… you have absolutely no ideas. Nada. Zilch. Rest assured! Maybe the only thing you see when you walk outside is sidewalks covered in chewing gum, but that’s not all that’s there. Taking the most awesome picture the human world has ever seen is still in your reach. You just need some inspiration.
One of the best ways to generate photography inspiration ideas is to look at all the amazing stuff other artists are creating around you every day. Taking in their work and styles will make you ask questions and think about what similar or opposing ideas you might like to pursue in your work. A great resource for this kind of inspiration is Photowhoa.
Photowhoa is an online magazine dedicated to providing budding photographers with photography inspiration ideas by showcasing incredible photographers in various collections. Each photo set is accompanied by an interview with the artist about their experiences with the craft.
As a photographer myself, I can vouch for the fact that it’s pretty impossible not to be inspired. Every time I ogle over someone else’s work, mine has gotten better. And my colleagues say it too—appreciating good art encourages us to explore more when creating our own.
Here’s my take on 7 of Photowoa’s popular freebie issues…
The post goes on to promote 7 issues, but I figure that, by now, you get the gist.