May You Always Be Inspired: Images & Quotes to Inspire Your Day.

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on Nov 26, 2012
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Images and Quotes to Inspire Your Day.




Pictured in this post: Camacha Jones, Justin Wolfer, Caitlin Marcoux, & Petra Ledkovsky.


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Special Bonus – A Tip On Photographing Yoga:

Everyone has a camera these days – a phone will do the job. It’s not the camera. It’s you. And, I’d like to tell you something very important in creating powerful images of the poses. Get LOW. When I say low, I mean so low that you can taste the flavor of the Earth. The yogi you are working with has devoted their life to their practice. LOW makes them larger than life. Underneath everything so that you can clearly see the sky beneath their body. Otherwise the pose gets lost, and all their hard work has not been honored. Have fun and make great pictures!


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3 Responses to “May You Always Be Inspired: Images & Quotes to Inspire Your Day.”

  1. HeatherM says:

    You are certainly right about the camera! Many a pics I took with a very cheap camera….but many of these were moments in time. Not of yoga people but places, children, ordinary folk and flowers.

    Thanks for sharing!!

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