Looking Down | American Robins | New Jersey

Its easy to overlook the things we see everyday.

Why bother photographing something that is so common?

What is even worth paying attention to if I see this every day in my life?

But maybe the fact that you see it every day is exactly what makes it worth watching more closely.

If there is something that occurs regularly in life it is valuable to know more about it.

Understanding why something is always around might be the key.

So try not to neglect photographing the everyday moments of life. Those times is where the true meaning is.

I try to spend some time photographing subjects that might seem mundane. I don’t do it as much as I would like, but it is something I often think about.

If there is a reliable subject you can photograph you can more quickly hone your skills in photographing similar subjects. So that is another aspect to consider.

And if a subject is always around it increases your odds of capturing interesting photos.

Photo details: Nikon D300S. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 400. 1/800 sec. F/5.6.

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