How Every Photograph Comes To Have Its Own Story

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If you have ever watched the sunset, or stood by the edge of the ocean and thought, “Wow, this is just breathtaking! My camera may not even be able to capture this beauty!” You could be right. The things we see with the naked eye often can’t ever be exactly replicated with a lens or on a canvas. The photographs we do take, however, encompass memories and feelings that are forever frozen in a moment in time. 

There’s a process to taking pictures where so much happens in one moment that the photographer actually works backwards in a way to describe his process.

  • How was the angle set up?
  • What was was the exposure set to?
  • Where was the photo taken?
  • What time of day was the photo taken?

Behind every photo, there’s a story. Photographs tell stories on their own, without any words necessary.

Our Stories 

We hope that you’ll join Richard Hinds of Digital Musings on Thursday February 9 at 2 PM at the West Bridgewater Public Library to talk more about the stories behind his photographs.

Rich will do a 30 minute talk about his photography on display. Then, he’ll be available for a Q&A while you take a closer look at the pieces he has on display. Hope to see you there!

The West Bridgewater Public Library is located at:

80 Howard St, West Bridgewater, MA 02379

Announcing Our First Gallery Opening

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Digital Musings is proud to announce their first gallery opening on Wednesday, November 2nd, starting at 5:30 PM at the Better Bean Coffee Company in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

Established in 2012, Richard Hinds set out to create memorable images. His aim has always been to bring out the extraordinary in the ordinary, and to find beauty in the littlest details. On opening night, Rich will be on hand from 5:30 to 7:30 PM to answer questions and talk about his process from camera to canvas. 

A selection of his pieces will be on display for the entire month of November at the Better Bean for patrons and newcomers alike to enjoy. If you can’t make opening night, we encourage you to head in sometime before the end of November and enjoy a nice latte along with some unique art. The pieces going on display have been taken in a variety of locales, including Massachusetts, California, Oregon, Hawaii, and Costa Rica.

Upcoming gallery dates for 2017 will be announced on this page, so stay tuned!