Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer and popular blogger living and working in the Los Angeles area where she runs photo workshops. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs, a passion which was recently recognized by Academy award-winning director Ron Howard when he chose her work as part-inspiration for a short film in Canon’s
Imagin8tion competition. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a story.
All photographers have trained the mind to see inspiration in any situation. The book Inspiration in Photography: Training your Mind to Make Great Art a Habit through the unique look of Brooke shows how.
Brooke Shaden is one of the most recognized names in modern art photography. The book presents techniques and exercises we can do to be inspired every day , anywhere .
The truth is that all artistic photographers seeking a specific style , but is not always easy to know how to get there. This book is the perfect balance between knowledge and education to help you find inspiration when needed.
The book is an incentive to search for inspiration whether it be a chair, a flashlight or tissue box. With this book Brooke wants to make us understand that life is a series of stories, places and people, and that is what makes a photographer when captures a moment, tells a story. Inspiration is everywhere and Brooke knowledge is a plus to have that look on things and moments.
“Just because someone does not naturally feel inspired to create avant-garde masterpieces every day does not mean that he or she lacks creativity. It means that he or she is creative in a different way (…) “To come up against a problem during a project – be it an obstacle or a desire – and then figure out a way to resolve the issue; that is being creative.” – Brooke Shaden in Ezra Magazine
“I believe that figuring out your personal style of photography, or art in general, is the number one thing that will not only set you apart from the crowd, but will set you on a path to being personally fulfilled. Style can be a very daunting thing to define, because we are diverse people as well as artists. Whether you shoot fine art, portraits, fashion, or street, having a recognizable style is essential for understanding how you need to visually interpret your inspiration.” says Brooke Shaden
“Brooke Shaden has certainly created a masterpiece that will serve any photographer looking for inspiraiton in life, each other and in tissue boxes.”