Everyday, many people will ask photographers hundreds if not thousands of questions on gear, settings, and lighting. The conversations are had, back and forth, between which camera is rated better, has more mega-pixels, etc.
However, we seldom ask the question: “What’d you see in that photograph that made you capture it? What did you see at that very moment that inclined you to bring your eye up to the viewfinder?”
This TEDx Talk dives right into the perspective of a photographer and what we usually see is not only the subject – but ourselves as well.