There is a Merge of Art and Science

My passion has always been about photography, in late 1970s Ansel Adams came to National Cowboy Hall of Fame in OKC to speak about the art of photography, I made sure I was there. I had been hooked on photography enough at that point to know Ansel Adams knew how to make black and white prints stand out, which taught me that photography is or can be art.

Jim Richardson a photographer at the National Geographic is quoted as saying “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff”, and there is truth to this. It seems impossible to take a bad picture while standing on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, or try it in St Peters Square in Rome. Good photos can be taken in these wonderful places with your cell phone, but photography is more than point and click. Composition is the start, “I think this angle would look good”, or “have you noticed how those lines draw your eye right to the subject?” But there is a merge of art and science when you start to understand light, depth of field, contrast and the equipment to take the photo and process it afterwards. I like to think of it as a way to allow us analytical thinkers to express our artistic side, because God knows we can’t sing. – Tim Sharp

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