Since the digital revolution, photography has been in a constant state of flux. The sophistication of camera technology and the advances in software development make it possible to capture images that would have been difficult to achieve with film in the past. Is it a good thing? In many ways, yes, but the continual pushing of the boundaries means as photographers we need to frequently revise our style and approach. Exploring other ways in which we can express ourselves through our imagery can often mean looking at familiar subjects differently.
To read the full pdf article from The Royal photographic Societies Nature Group Newsletter click on the link. In the Blink of an Eye.