We have butterfly bushes in the front of our house. I love this time of year because I walk out of our house to find 20-30 butterflies and other winged creatures flittering around. I often imagine their precise balance and movements of a vast ballet as they go about their delicate work.
Photography is a visual medium but music is about hearing something, so how are we going to make people see sound? One of the biggest challenges of photography is that we use this 2-dimensional medium that essentially connects to our viewers' sense of sight. But when we are creative, we can use photography to tell stories. With the help of creative placement, textures, and lighting, we can invoke feelings for our viewers, as well as trigger other senses such as hearing. This week, you can decide to photograph musicians in action or musical instruments. You can capture people experiencing music. An audience raptly listening to an orchestra, dancers going wild on a dance floor or someone with earphones tapping out a rhythm. Your music can be interpreted in many different ways. Put your creative thinking cap on!