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Right Brain Photography: Be an Artist First by Eli Vega is a tool for photographers to learn to stretch their imaginations beyond just what they see and to explore photography as an art. Exercises and examples are included as resources to help understand what right brain photography is, along with three photography models Vega has created to help photographers better master their skills. Vega also provides challenge assignments and uses personal photography as well as student works for visual examples of right brain concepts.
Several lessons regarding photography can be gained through Eli Vega's Right Brain Photography which showcases tips for creativity. Eli Vega offers tips which inspire you to look at the world in a different way and to open up your mind to the potential derived from the world around you. Right Brain Photography is an easy to understand guide with tips to provide new challenges for photographers, and the visuals provided add another level of understanding the concept with each one ranging through landscapes, extracted images, and double layered images. Vega uses personal experience and preferences throughout which show the literal creative process and allow readers to connect with this style.
What really speaks volumes is the openness of right brain photography as it pushes against the typical idea and aims to help you find the best image you see through own imaginative perspective. This style is about your own personality and how that comes through photography by accessing this more 'out of the box' thinking creatively. Right Brain Photography is the perfect resource for beginners and photographers looking to stretch their creative vision and explore a different side to photography that isn't typically seen. Even if this means to extract an image within an image to create something new. For avid photographers this is the type of resource you will enjoy reading; finding your own vision that will create something beautiful and unique.