Why are we drawn to some images and not others?

Why are we drawn to some images and not others?bob mug outlined copy

Bob Grytten image

Bob Grytten image

My long time friend and marketing guru, Rohn Engh publishes some great newsletters. His recent PhotoDaily newsletter, also includes reprints of other hard hitting articles. When I read the Jay Sousa piece I knew we would have to send it on to our Lens Luggers. We have his permission; so, “Thanks again Rohn!” How close this article comes to the elements of our Field Photography programs, details attached.

But, it also provides a guide to use in reviewing our own images. Set you best or favorite in a group then look at them from these three factors – also the factors that PSA uses in judging images.

Technical – Exposure, focus etc

Composition – Design Elements,

Emotion or feeling – this one is hard to describe but once you see it there, you will immediately recognize it. Often it is light that determines this impact!

Now, for the Jay Sousa piece
ONE ELEMENT? — Jay Sousa: “A friend recently asked me if there was just one element that made a great photograph and if there was, what was it? SOURCE: http://www.mercedsunstar.com/2013/08/08/3144732
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http://www.mercedsunstar.com/2013/08/08/3144732
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COPYRIGHT 2013 PHOTOSOURCE INTERNATIONAL. The PhotoDaily is published by PhotoSource International, Osceola Wisconsin 800 624 0266 www.photosource.com

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Field Photography – Sept 17-Oct 15, 2013

Early morning at Cataloochee Valley, GSMNP Bob Grytten photo

Early morning at Cataloochee Valley, GSMNP Bob Grytten photo


The Old Armory Waynesville Rec. Center and Lens Luggers of WNC announce the Fall Photo program dates to begin September 17, 2013 from 6-8PM at the Old Armory Rec. Center at 44 Boundary Street, Waynesville, NC. Participants will discuss impact of light, most recent techniques, equipment, composition, as well as computer assisted technology.

Wednesday mornings the group will meet at 8AM to carpool to field shoots and return

Bob Grytten Photo

Bob Grytten Photo

around noonish. “Included will be the Cataloochee Elk Rut, fast water flows, mountain vistas, and getting the most out of the equipment they have,” says program leader Bob Grytten. “We look forward to great fall color this year with some good time events.” All photo levels are invited, as personal individual assistance is available throughout the sessions.

The Wednesday morning field shoots are $50 each and Tuesday evening discussion/critique sessions are $15 each. Those signing up for all seven sessions will receive a 20% discount. There will also be a drawing for a Think Tank Change Up V2.0 Camera Bag.

NEW Change-UP Camera bag by Think Tank Photo

NEW Change-UP Camera bag by Think Tank Photo

Graduates of the program will also automatically become Lens Luggers and be invited to display their images on the web site Portfolio Page and qualify for future programs at 30% discounts. Space will be limited and on a first come basis. For more information & registration contact Grytten at 828/627-0245 or e-mail at bobgry@aol.com. More information is also available at www.lensluggerworld.com.

About lensluggers

Nature photographers in Great Smoky Natl Park area, Lens Luggers enjoying travel and photography. Shoot'n fool who have a good time and like to share what they do. Go to www.lensluggerworld.com
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