Amateur Photographer

Viewpoint John Gilbey

Source:   The Colorado Continental Divide – but the images we choose not to take are just as real  

Which is more memorable, the photograph you take or the one you don't? If that sounds a bit strange, just bear with me for a moment. When you capture an image there is often the hope that, by hitting the shutter release at exactly the right critical moment, you will be joining the fellowship of the classic photographers

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