Today I learned a new phrase: mindful photography.
Mindful photography is a practice of photography where the camera becomes an extension of your mind, you don't have to stop and think and worry and analyse - you let your subconscious take over for once, and let it do its thing.
I like that term too. Years ago I was into photography and go for early morning walks out on my farm and just take "Mindful Photos". Every once and awhile, a picture would come out shockingly well for a dumb sheep farmer holding a camera (me). I always thought about turning thisone into a puzzle.
"When it is all said and done, and the coffin goes in the ground, it was the farmer who was the richest man of all."
A statement by a wise, ole dairy farmer.
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