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  • Left and Right Brain Photography Together

    Left and Right Brain Photography Together
    This is the third of a series of three article dedicated to the processes acting in our brain while we are taking a photo. In the first article, you can find some photos taken mainly by instinct, and in the second one, some examples of photos taken using the rational side of our brain. In this last article, let me present some images taken using the intuitive side of the brain together with the rational side.
  • Left Brain Photography

    Left Brain Photography
    In my previous article on right brain photography, I made some examples of photos taken using mainly the right hemisphere of our brain. These photos were taken by instinct, relying mainly on emotions and empathy of joyful people, and I was being emotionally involved in the events. In this article, I'm going to show to you some photos taken using the rational parts of my brain, the left hemisphere. This is the second article in a series of three.
  • Right Brain Photography

    Right Brain Photography
    What happens in our brain while we are taking a photo? Well, when the brain's right hemisphere activity is predominant, we shoot in an instinctive way. Meanwhile, when we are using mainly the left hemisphere, our photos are more rationa,l with more care to composition, depth of field and other technical tricks. This is the first of three articles. This one is dedicated to photos taken using mainly the right side of the brain.