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Making Mistakes

Making unexpected art.

Photo by Henrik Dønnestad on Unsplash

A woman, returned from a sabbatical, told me her photographer teacher encouraged mistakes.

The weird angle, the blurred foreground, the over and underexposed, the rogue prop make for interesting outcomes; unexpected art.

You make the stumble, part of the dance.

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Louise Moulin

Louise Moulin

I write about the earthling journey. https://www.penguin.co.nz/books/saltskin-9781869792374 https://ko-fi.com/louisewriter

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