No photograph is inert. No photograph is objective. All photographs are subjective to you, and every photo you shoot (and end up sharing) has a certain message.
So the question to you, my dear friend is this:
What messages are you trying to relay to your viewers?
What I’m trying to communicate via my photos
That the world is complex, interesting, messy, chaotic, yet still beautiful!
Inherent in my photos, I want to use a darker palette to show the brightness and beauty, hope, and joy of life!
What are you trying to communicate and tell via your photos? Let this guide you.
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