Tag: Perception

Brand Battles: Southwest VS American Airlines

I am in the middle of multiple long distance trips and (inevitably) I am noticing the stark difference between the airlines I am flying. I am a long time Southwest advocate and (probably) a first time American Airlines customer. The difference between the two brands is glaring. I took a look at how the two […]

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Planet Earth II

Planet Earth II

To record and share nature is one of the highest privileges that the photography community is granted. Very few examples compile the essence of our world as beautifully as BBC’s Planet Earth II. It is a masterfully orchestrated display of our awe inspiring surroundings. Absent main characters and plot points, Planet Earth II plants you […]

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Perspective vs Perception

“Some people see the glass half full. Others see it half empty. I see a glass that’s twice as big as it needs to be.” ― George Carlin I write often about both perception and perspective with regards to many aspects of photography and the camera world. They relate to all aspects of life. It’s […]

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United Airlines

United Airlines: Welcome Aboard (Until You’re Not…)

The power of images should never be underestimated, particularly by businesses. Images are easily associated with brands and they stick to the minds of consumers. This is why companies have massive budgets for advertising campaigns and departments dedicated to public relations. As United Airlines has learned far too late, sometimes disaster control is necessary to […]

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Landscape Snapshots

Landscape photography is not what I initially became passionate for. I had to work on how I perceived the world around me in order to motivate myself to take decent landscape photos. Finding a good scene in this beautiful world is not necessarily a difficult feat. The post processing of landscape photos can, however, present […]

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Beauty and the Beast

Perception is reality. Everyone carries their own perception of good and bad movies which evolves over time. Subject, genre, mood, and many more factors can weigh in on your perception of a films credibility. In watching remakes, I use some perception gymnastics to attempt approaching a film at an untainted angle. The 1991 Beauty and […]

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John Wick Chapter 2

Often times I find myself bombarded with, “I CANNOT believe you have never seen (enter movie title here)!” The movie’s now set up to be a smash hit or a huge disappointment. This is how John Wick was presented to me. I do NOT watch ‘dog movies’. They bring an energy into my life that […]

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Life Changing Images

It isn’t often that we see something that fundamentally changes the way that we see the world. Some experience these moments more than others. It takes a highly powerful image with a potent message to bring about a life altering experience when viewing it. This situation can either be organic or manufactured, but the outcome […]

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The Vast World of Color

Choose your color scheme wisely! Colors elicit responses in the brain that change the way we feel about what we are perceiving. There are an endless amount of colors and an endless number of ways to use them. Deciphering which color or colors to use to drive forward a mood, or which saturation level works […]

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