Further reading – David duChemin

Having read several chapters of Michael Freeman’s ‘The Photographers Eye’ I went out to take images for a few of the exercise.  The exercises were technical but had in mind to be  conscious  of ‘dynamic tensions’ and started to look at potential future images in a new light.  Not sure the technical images from yesterday reflect any of this learning but the seed in sown.  I wanted to dig out more examples of professional photographers  where dynamic tension is well practised and demonstrated.  I came across David duChemin.  His book will be on my read list.  I can see clearly in his image how framing and tensions are brought together with all other elements to give his images real impact.



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