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Mindful : December 2015
“Dojo4 Morning Fire Escape” (above) Photographer: Corey Kohn Inspired by: People What makes a “good” photo? Presence. It totally comes across when the person is actually seeing the thing they’re photographing. What is your opinion of using filters on photos? Do whatever you want. Filters can bring out things in an image that you wouldn’t otherwise notice. But if you find yourself spending a ton of time fiddling with filters, then you’re getting away from the moment. How many shots did you take of this? This is the back wall of my office building, and I walked past it a bunch of times before I took the photo. So I only took maybe three photos, but in my mind I probably took a thousand. ● “Valley of Hope” (left) Photographer: Blake Farrington Season of choice: Autumn—everything’s in flux What’s the story behind this photo? I was driving along Highway 89 in Lake Tahoe. There was no one else around. It was snowing so hard and so big that you could hear the snowflakes falling. So I pulled over and grabbed my camera. I had no other option than to get out and explore. It was magical. Your advice for new photographers? Value the technical stuff, like lighting and composition, but don’t let it get in the way of real photography. It can star t to lose its soul. What goes on in your mind when you click the shutter release? Something between hope and satisfaction. December 2015 mindful 65