Episode 005: Creativity in the Unscripted with Chuck Anerino
Chuck Anerino is a wedding photographer with deeps photojournalistic roots based out Delaware. He got his start in photography “later” in life through blending his love for family and his passion for photography.
When you view Chuck’s photographs, surely there’s attention to light and composition, but what’s immediately apparent to me is the instinctual connection one has as the viewer to the subjects in the frame. Chuck’s role as a third-party observer who minimally influences the events of the day, if at all.
Many photographers may be tempted to think of the camera as a sort of maestro’s baton. In this episode as we discuss how Chuck approaches creativity through being just another piece of the orchestra of the wedding day. Listen as we cover some of the basic rules and ethics of photojournalism, the defining moment in Chuck’s early days that put him on the documentary path, the projects chuck has outside the confines of the photo session, the questions Chuck asks himself throughout the wedding day, and his mantra when he walks into a new situation.
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Creativity Workbook: 25 PROJECTS & CHALLENGES TO AMPLIFY YOUR CREATIVITY
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