The Adventures of Michael Vincent

  1. Humanism | The Presence of People

    2022-12-05 12:09:34 UTC
    Humanism in Photography doesn’t always need to feature people. The presence of people is everywhere even without their physical being. In fact, I find the lack of physical being very powerful; it communicates a story about something. I can feel the emotion of a lost doll, someone in a hurry…

  2. Humanism | The Expressive Being

    2022-12-04 09:31:00 UTC
    The Human Being is an expressive Being. This is our natural state. The context of a birthday celebration makes it easy for the human being to open up and express themselves. Humanism in photography is about the expression, the emotional content in the moment and the elusive gesture. I love…

  3. Visual Vocabulary

    2022-11-30 20:25:34 UTC
    Singular Theme Subjects can be documented with a 50mm Lens. This mean a tight Frame around the subject with enough breathing space. I am looking at the environment now as part of deepening my understanding of Visual Vocabulary. 18mm/28mm on my Fuji/Nikon is my natural wide Frame. This is my…

  4. Humanism | All The Worlds a Stage

    2022-11-28 19:09:18 UTC
    This famous qoute by William Shakespear sums up Humanism in Photography for me. “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts” On the stage of life, we play many roles.…

  5. Humanism | Relationships

    2022-11-27 21:35:33 UTC
    At the heart of the human condition is the desire for significance.Significance is one of the most critical human needs. Tony Robbins puts this human need at number 3 after Certainty and Variety.Our relationships with each other is a fertile ground to explore the depth of our capacity to love…

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