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LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process

18 EpisodesProduced by Brooks JensenWebsite

Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art ph… read more

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LW1182 - We Have Arrived

February 17th, 2020

Are we now at or near the point where our cameras have no limitations?

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"How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the …

HT0349 - Editioning

February 17th, 2020

We photographers can borrow an idea from publishing -- the edition number -- for each implementation of a revised creative vision for a project or an individual image.

HT0348 - The Element of Time

February 16th, 2020

I was fascinated with an email I received from a friend describing his process for looking at my Kokoro PDFs. I realized his method would be …

HT0347 - Books vs Videos

February 15th, 2020

Who controls the element of time? In slide shows and videos of still photography, the producer controls how long each image appears. I'm not in …

HT0346 - The Precious Print

February 14th, 2020

What are we to do when consuming the artwork destroys it? An example of a challenging exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute.

HT0345 - The Missing Golden Rectangle

February 13th, 2020

For all the fuss the art world places on the Golden Ratio, why are there no photographic aspect ratios that fit that supposedly sublime 1:0.618 …

HT0344 - Conversation First

February 12th, 2020

When making a portrait of strangers, I always find it best to start with a conversation before I pull out the camera. Talking with them and asking …

HT0343 - Art Left to Be Found

February 11th, 2020

In our dominant commercial culture, it's nice sometimes to just make a photograph to be left behind somewhere and discovered serendipitously by an …

LW1181 - Our Magnificent Planet

February 10th, 2020

Now accepting entries for our 2020 LensWork Community Book Project!

We are shifting gears from six-image projects to outstanding single images. Our 2020 book project is for those of you who prefer to create a …

LW1180 - Your Intent

February 3rd, 2020

We can't always control the message people see in our work, but that doesn't mean that we shouldn't have one.

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LW1179 - Questions to Ask While You Are Looking at a Photograph

January 27th, 2020

In today's Here's a Thought . . . video, I proposed that really looking at a photograph involves effort -- or should. In our Instagram world, this …

LW1178 - When Your Brain Works Against You

January 20th, 2020



My quick introduction to the reticular activating system.




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LW1177 - Photographic Myths

January 13th, 2020



Just because everyone says it and it's deeply rooted in conventional wisdom, that doesn't make it true. As a pragmatist, I'm amazed how many myths about digital photography simply don't describe what I experience as a …

LW1176 - Digital Myths

January 6th, 2020



Just because everyone says it and it's deeply rooted in conventional wisdom, that doesn't make it true. As a pragmatist, I'm amazed how many myths about digital photography simply don't describe what I experience as a …

LW1175 - Fundamental Decisions

December 10th, 2019



Before I left for Asia this year, I went back and did a deep review of my images from 2009 - in particular, those images that had a technological …

LW1174 - Precision

September 26th, 2019



Strange as it may sound, I do miss the precision demanded of me by the processes in the wet darkroom. Perhaps it's time to recognize that precision is still required, but in a different area of our art life.




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LW1173 - Practical Tech

August 22nd, 2019



Here is a partial wish-list of practical features I'd love to see added to the next generation of cameras - or better yet, included in the next firmware update for my existing camera!




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LW1172 - Our Own Judgment

July 24th, 2019



Are we qualified to judge our own work? Some research into this suggests it is more complicated that we might think.




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