AotB is dedicated to celebrating the unseen, the unheard, the unusual and the everyday ordinariness that we all seem to overlook as we move throughout our lives. Every so often, we talk to a member of the group and try to see what makes them tick – or rather, what makes them click. Charles Carpino
This month on Art of the Blur, we talk to Sam Stapleton. Sam has been wowing us with his beautiful flowers in ice imagery and much more for the last few months. Here. he talks to us about what he sees, how he interprets what he sees and gives us an insight into his work.
We had arrived at the coast. After a day that remained dry and partly cloudy, it was now getting overcast and dull. The weather was moving in from the Atlantic and those on the workshop were preparing for the end of their days' photography. But, I had other plans. It was time to play with
I’ve written about intentional camera movement before and will do again in the future. I often show this technique to those attending my workshops. Most enjoy it and go on to play some more – if only occasionally. It’s another way of interpreting the scene you are looking at. However, when you post an ICM