In Defense of Pretty Pictures

As someone who take pictures with a very critical eye, it’s easy to put not only by own work but the work of others under a very critical magnifying glass. As the ups and downs of life pass by like the ebb and flow of the tide it’s refreshing to take a step back and just enjoy a pretty picture for what it is. Doing so is a sure fire way to lift one’s spirits, regain more level headed thinking and remember why I took an interest in photography in the first place.

Here’s to all the pretty pictures! Thanks for the inspiration and positive energy.

Jim Goldstein is a professional photographer and author, based out of the San Francisco bay area in California, who specializes in outdoor and nature photography. Passionate about nature and the environment Jim infuses elements of the natural world into his commercial, editorial and fine art work. For more follow Jim on Google+ | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Subscribe
  1. Jannatul

    A place of peace and beauty. Is it totally photography or photoshopped?