Creativity has always been on the tip of everybody's tongue. What it is, where to find it, and how to get yours. This week in my Vision & Light videocast I speak with a great friend of mine, the exceptionally talented landscape photographer and educator Sean Bagshaw.
Sean and I got to know each other back in 2010 when we were both using the Tony Kuyper Luminosity Masks Panel to overcome the limitations of dynamic range in our DSLR sensors. Back then it was all about finding ways to use the tools we had to make images that more accurately showed how the world looked, rather than having limited dynamic range. It was a quest for control.
Much has changed since then, yet even with the massive advancements of technology and software, we still find ourselves asking some deep philosophical questions regarding our creativity and a desire to be unique. Have the tools helped, or are we still back in the dark ages as far as creativity is concerned?
This is quite a long interview, at nearly 50 minutes, but I'd encourage you to stick with it, as we believe in the second half we really get warmed up and discuss some really relevant topics as the interview continues.