“Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates. There’s plenty of movement, but you never know if it’s going to be forward, backwards, or sideways.”
— H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Continue reading A Few Simple Principles Every Impressionist Photographer Needs to Know
Have you ever asked yourself what is an interesting impressionist photo? What makes a good impressionist image? Is there some secret formula you can apply that will guarantee beautiful impressionist images?
Continue reading How to make your impressionist landscape images more interesting
If you are ready to be more adventurous with your impressionist photography you might consider buying a few M42 lenses.
The M42 lens mount is a screw thread mounting, standard for attaching lenses to the DSLR camera. This was once a very popular type of mount, used in various camera models around the world, so a lot of great old lenses are available at modest prices.
Continue reading Lenses with Character – M42
Get up close and personal with your subject!
Creative macro photography allows you to show unnoticed details of the world. Seeing and exploring the surroundings through a macro lens makes even an ordinary thing interesting and exciting. Look at the world more closely and you will see the beauty. You will also discover infinitely more new subjects to photograph.
Continue reading Awaken your imagination!
Impressionist photography is such a rewarding style that it’s well worth mastering. With just a little experience in creating impressionist images, you will be able to create beautiful photographs, no matter where you are.
Continue reading Impressionist Photography – Food for Thoughts
Recently I acquired a Pentax 50mm 1.4 lens. This is a vintage lens with a really good reputation for its ability to create interesting images.
I impatiently awaited its arrival as I really wanted to see if I made the right choice. Continue reading My Exploration
Just as a photographer makes decisions in creating a photograph, viewers make decisions about how to read it. So, how do you read an impressionist image?
Continue reading How do you read an impressionist image?
I’m inviting you to my 14 Days With Eva Polak – FREE Impressionist Photography Challenge
During this 14-day challenge you’ll get all the tools you need to unleash your creativity each day. You’ll be learning how to apply easy creative photographic techniques that will take your impressionist photos to the next level!
If you’d like to join me and receive the daily inspirational and encouraging emails, sign up by following this link.
Thank you to everyone WHO ENTERED THIS GIVEAWAY. Your comments made me VERY HAPPY and all your wishes made my birthday super special! As I read your comments, I wanted to give everyone an access to my course. And, if this wasn’t how I pay my bills, I probably would.
So, instead one winner there are TWO.
There was no way I could pick so I put everyone’s name in a hat and picked the winners randomly.
If you’re not one of the two winners, I TRULY HOPE TO SEE YOU INSIDE OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF IMPRESSIONIST PHOTOGRAPHY AT SOME POINT.
And now the winners……..
Congratulation to Brenda Czaya and Cheryl Belczak!!!
THANKS AGAIN TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED!
In many of your comments, you talked about feeling stuck and wishing for regular support and encouragement. So there is a big surprise coming your way. And the best part – it will be FREE. Look out for my announcement in a few days.
With warm wishes
To celebrate my birthday I have a GIVEAWAY for you!
I decided to do this giveaway to thank you for all the support you’ve given me AND have a way to toss some virtual confetti in the air with you.
WANT TO BE THE WINNER OF FUNDAMENTAL OF IMPRESSIONIST PHOTOGRAPHY online course?
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW BY SUNDAY 30th of JULY TELLING ME Why you need this course.
I’m going to pick one winner and announce him/her next week on July 31st.
Good luck and may the light be forever in your favour!
***Make sure you use a valid email address when leaving your comment so I can contact you if you win. The winner I choose ais final and non-negotiable.