Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography by Ulrich, David

Zen Camera: Creative Awakening with a Daily Practice in Photography

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Zen Camera is an unprecedented photography practice that guides you to the creativity at your fingertips, calling for nothing more than your vision and any camera, even the one embedded in your phone.

David Ulrich draws on the principles of Zen practice as well as forty years of teaching photography to offer six profound lessons for developing your self-expression. Doing for photography what The Artist's Way and Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain did for their respective crafts, Zen Camera encourages you to build a visual journaling practice called your Daily Record in which photography can become a path of self-discovery. Beautifully illustrated with 83 photographs, its insights into the nature of seeing, art, and personal growth allow you to create photographs that are beautiful, meaningful, and uniquely your own.

You'll ultimately learn to change the way you interact with technology--transforming it into a way to uncover your innate power of attention and mindfulness, to see creatively, and to live authentically.

Author: David Ulrich
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Published: 02/13/2018
Pages: 224
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.80lbs
Size: 9.00h x 7.70w x 0.80d
ISBN13: 9780399580338
ISBN10: 0399580336
BISAC Categories:
- Photography | Techniques | Equipment
- Self-Help | Creativity
- Philosophy | Zen

About the Author

DAVID ULRICH is a professor and co-director of Pacific New Media Foundation in Honolulu, Hawai'i. He teaches frequent classes and workshops, and is an active photographer and writer whose work has been published in numerous books and journals including Aperture, Manoa, and Sierra Club publications. Ulrich's photographs have been exhibited internationally in more than 75 one-person and group exhibitions. He blogs about creativity and consciousness at www.theslenderthread.org, and is a consulting editor for Parabola magazine. Visit his website at: www.creativeguide.com.