Woody Allen once said that 80 percent of life is showing up. Well, the same can probably be said of photography, and 80 percent of what makes a great picture is capturing a great moment. In this episode of Exploring the Creative Process, photographer and director Corey Rich affirms one of the most important laws in photography: moments are fleeting, but essential, and you not only have to be open to seeing great moments, but be able to quickly capture them, nailing a perfect exposure and a great composition. The takeaway is to never be lazy, get out of bed and go find those fleeting, essential, decisive moments and capture them before they pass you by.
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Photo by Corey Rich
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