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  • Writer's pictureMatthew Nehrling

Harmonizing Photography and Music: Capturing Symphony Moments

Welcome to our first article on This series is a humble attempt to celebrate the simple yet profound connection between life and photography. Through our lens, we aim to explore the beauty in everyday moments and share tips on how photography can be a tool for positive change within our communities.

Photography is not just about capturing images; it's about capturing emotions, stories, and the essence of life itself. As the famous photographer Ansel Adams once said, "You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, and the people you have loved." This quote beautifully encapsulates the idea that photography is a medium through which we can express our deepest feelings and experiences.

In our first post, we'll take you on a journey akin to a symphony of colors and emotions. We'll delve into the art of photography, exploring how it allows us to see the world in a new light. Beyond that, we'll share stories of individuals who have harnessed the power of photography to make a difference in their communities. We believe that photography has the potential to bring about positive change, and we hope to inspire you to use your camera to create a ripple of goodness in the world.

I've been humbled to be the photographer for the Longview Symphony Orchestra for the past ten or so years. In this time I've been able to meet so many wonderful musicians and volunteers.

Tip: When photographing events as intricate and emotive as a symphony, it's essential to immerse yourself in the music beforehand. Familiarizing yourself with the composition and understanding its nuances allows you to anticipate the moments when the musicians or conductor will be most dramatic or expressive. This prelude of musical knowledge enables you to capture the essence of the performance, seizing those visually captivating moments that resonate deeply with the audience and translating them into evocative photographs.

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