cole thompson photography
classic images in black & white

Favorite Blog Articles
 
Look Inward
 
Different is not my Goal
 
Which Would You Choose?
 
Five Things Photography Has Given Me
 
Why I Don't Critique Other People's Work
 
How I Found My Vision
 
Why Not Let the Camera or Photoshop Create Your B&W Image?
 
Vision First, Skills Second
 
The Story Behind the Image: Iceland No. 30
 
The So Called Rules of Composition are, in My Opinion, Invalid, Irrelevant, Immaterial

“You Must Have A Terrific Stove.”

Photographic Celibacy – Not Studying Other Photographer’s Work

Always Stop

The Rule of Thirds

The problem with trying to please others is that you end up pleasing no one, including yourself

“Never ask people, not about your work.”

Words are very unnecessary, they can only do harm

Vision Magazine Interview on The Ghosts of Auschwitz-Birkenau

I’d Rather My Art Be In Thousands of Homes, Than To Sell It For Thousands of Dollars

An Imaginary Conversation Between Vincent and Pablo

To Thine Own Self Be True

Keep it Simple

Inspiration Cannot be Rushed

Achieving Success On One’s Own Terms

Don't Compare Your Work to Others'

Photography Is Not My Life

Your Images Remind me of Ansel Adams’ Work!

Another Rejection

The so-called rules of photographic composition are, in my opinion, invalid, irrelevant, immaterial.

Wow, How Did You Do That? (or why technique is not the key to a great image)

Do You Love What You're Doing?

Never Ask Others About Your Work

Photoshop and Six Tools

Out of the Mouth of Babes

To Be Successful You Must….

Art Is Not A Competition

 

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