Flickr member Lou Noble on the art of constructive self-criticism and photography.
“When I’m taking pictures of somebody, I’m talking CONSTANTLY. I want my subjects to know what I’m thinking, what I’m doing. I want everybody on the same page.”
How do you go from taking an occasional picture you’re happy with to being able to consistently take pictures you love? In a series of upcoming blog posts, Flickr Pro Lou Noble will highlight some of the techniques he uses in his own photography in the hope that it will help other people improve theirs.
In this letter, Lou Noble, editor-in-chief of The Photographic Journal, explains his love for his Polaroid camera and how picking the right gear is a very personal decision.
We asked Lou Noble, editor-in-chief of The Photographic Journal, to speak on the topic of photography as a ‘cathartic’ activity. Read on to discover his thoughts on photography as a profession vs photography as a passion.