a photo study: variations

Creativity is the ability to make or do something new…the ‘something’ can be an object, a skill, or an action. To be creative, the object, skill, or action cannot simply be bizarre or strange; it cannot be new without also being useful or valued, and not simply be the result of [an] accident. …an important form of creativity is creative thinking, the generation of ideas that are new as well as useful, productive, and appropriate. The second is that creative thinking can be stimulated by teachers’ efforts…

~Lumen Learning

Ten images of a milk bottle.

This photo study of iPad images builds upon A Cemal Ekin’s, invitation to “look for texture, lines, shapes, and forms rather than ‘things'” with Ted Forbes’  photo assignment: variations  video which discusses creative thinking as well as includes an exercise to create 10 images of one subject.

Thank you for visiting.  I am looking forward to reading your thoughts about creativity and seeing your collection of images….let’s tag with #aphotostudy.

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