Photography and Deconstruction

The difference between being a pro photographer and an amateur photographer is deconstruction. Two of my favorite photographers are amateurs, and I constantly go to their flicker sites for inspiration. (see here & here)

A pro photographer is in a constant state of deconstruction of his/her/other's work. The interior of how a photo is composed is equally important as the exterior of the finished work. The relationship of deconstruction in conjunction with composition is where a pro starts their day.

Photography is nothing more than beauty and form, creative playfulness viewed from as many different perspectives as possible.