In this week’s NYIP photo snack, we focus on the relationship between the photographer and the viewer.
"There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer."
When Ansel Adams made photos, he always had his viewer in mind.
By being aware of the viewer of your photo, you may find that you’re story telling is a bit more focused.
A good photograph is also a conversation for two.
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