Framing Faith: From Camera to Pen, An Award-Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World

Framing Faith: From Camera to Pen, An Award-Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World

Matthew Knisely Leonard Sweet / Aug 25, 2019

Framing Faith From Camera to Pen An Award Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World Like a photographer or storyteller Jesus exhibited time and again how easy it is to capture moments of profound importance just by noticing stopping and responding to his surroundings In a world mo

  • Title: Framing Faith: From Camera to Pen, An Award-Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World
  • Author: Matthew Knisely Leonard Sweet
  • ISBN: 9780849921872
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • Like a photographer or storyteller, Jesus exhibited time and again how easy it is to capture moments of profound importance just by noticing, stopping, and responding to his surroundings.In a world moving way too fast, Framing Faith is a book for people seeking to focus their lives, to find a deeper knowledge of God, and a authentic Christian faith In this moLike a photographer or storyteller, Jesus exhibited time and again how easy it is to capture moments of profound importance just by noticing, stopping, and responding to his surroundings.In a world moving way too fast, Framing Faith is a book for people seeking to focus their lives, to find a deeper knowledge of God, and a authentic Christian faith In this modern age, many of us fill every spare moment we have rather than taking an intermission to see the true works of God and realize that he is present in every moment.Matt Knisely communicates biblical truths in a fresh way, allowing you to really hear them, as if for the first time He illustrates a new way to see God and to help us live in the moment through the exploration of various photography concepts, including PerspectiveCompositionProcessingDarkness versus LightHis probing questions and unexpected presentation lead readers into a place of honest self examination, causing them to ask, Am I listening to God Framing Faith provokes its readers toward reflection it reveals God is in everything we see and do.

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      • Matthew Knisely Leonard Sweet

        Matt Knisely is an Emmy Award winning photojournalist, storyteller, creative director and artist who loves telling stories of the extraordinary in the ordinary He has been described as one of the most versatile photojournalists working today, and has a national reputation for his unique approach to visual storytelling He is the creative director for Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas Matt s work has won many honors, including the Edward R Murrow Awards for photography Order his book Framing Faith here goo zVqBkz.


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    1. I've been interested in writing and reviewing novels for a very long time, so was curious to explore a different angle of story telling, from a photographer's point of view, especially since there are a couple of keen photographers in my family. It was as thought provoking as I'd expected to find it. Matt Knisely is an expert in his field, and uses analogies such as focus, developing photos, setting up subjects, colour, exposure, letting in enough light, removing intentional fuzziness, and exami [...]


    2. A convicting read which challenges us to take our eyes off of the screen in front of us and savor the moments and stories happening right now. The chapter on perspective was also a good reminder to keep the whole picture in mind, to start looking at the whole world from gods perspective. Stop looking at the immediate, take a step back and view from a different perspective. This book gets me excited for the stories I will get to tell and makes me long to hear stories from the past.


    3. [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Thomas Nelson Press/BookLook in exchange for an honest book review.]When I was a kid, my uncle got married and while my brother got to be the ring bearer in the wedding, it was my job to assist another one of my uncles as a photographer’s assistant. As a result of running around to fetch various camera equipment and film, I did not end up in a single photo of the event, which bothered me a little bit, as it was a sign of my ability to avoid being [...]


    4. The tagline to my blog is “because stories matter.” No matter the source, a story is a powerful thing. That’s one reason I love reading fiction and non-fiction alike – there’s so much to gain from listening to another’s story. Framing Faith is all about story; some of the author’s, Matt Knisely, as well as finding our story. As the forward said, this book is for “those who struggle to create and comprehend beauty.” I requested to review this book without really knowing what it [...]


    5. Matt Knisely's Framing Faith: From Camera to Pen, an Award-Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World is a masterful book for Christian spiritual growth. It's built around one central premise: Learning to tell our stories as the telling of God's Story. Learning to see our lives as the beautiful artwork of God's Vision. Learning to hear God's Voice through the listening of our life's silences. With the skill of a master artist, Knisely's sketches his own spiritual biography by weavin [...]


    6. I'm glad that I picked up Framing Faith by Matt Knisely, even though I thought it would only apply to photographers. I was quite surprised at how much I got out of it. Stop.Slow down.Be present.The moment matters."In a world moving way too fast, Framing Faith is a book for people to focus their lives, to find a deeper knowledge of God, and a more authentic Christian faith."I enjoyed how Matt brings up the good, as well as the bad, about our digital world. It's wonderful in this day and age to be [...]


    7. If there is one thing Matt does well in a passionate way it is that he weaves the thread of creativity into every part of his faith journey. This book will inspire you to live in the moment, and not just in your technology devices. I really enjoyed reading this book, and can say that i'll be able to apply what I learned in practical ways. Matts life is not much different than my own so the book was very relatable. I am forever grateful to Matt for this great work of art.


    8. Matt Knisely is an Emmy Award winning journalist who shares his life and his inspirational insights with the purpose of helping you to connect with God.His book, "Framing Faith, From Camera to Pen, An Award-Winning Photojournalist Captures God in a Hurried World," was written with artists in mind. By artist I mean bloggers, photographers, writers, painters, musicians, and filmmakers, or anyone who has a healthy appreciation for the arts.I really enjoyed this book.


    9. Love this book! It gave me permission to slow down and just be. I feel myself searching for God in my everyday life- and really basking in His beautiful creation. I also really liked getting inside the head of a gifted artist. I loved seeing the world through Matt's eyes.





    10. As someone with a longstanding interest in photography and love for visual storytelling, I was intrigued by the premise of Knisely's book. I lost interest partway through, however (hence the long reading time). Though I did find some lines striking enough to underline them, he often lapses into cliches or bare assertions that may not be very convincing to someone who's going through a rough season in their faith. I also didn't find that the photos included struck me as powerfully as I expected, [...]


    11. In his first book, Framing Faith, Matt Knisely empowers the reader to tell their story. Knisely explores the busyness and connectedness we live in today. As positive as social media can be, are we stopping to focus on the story God is writing in our lives? Using the framework of photographic terminology, Knisely illustrates the importance of slowing down, of developing important “scenes” in our lives, and of noticing what God is creating in each experience.Knisely’s approachable style made [...]


    12. Artists of every ilk will find much to connect with here. Certainly, Matt Knisely’s thoughtful and often profound insights on story and storytelling resonated deeply with me. But I would also say that even if you’re not creatively inclined, you will still find much to appreciate about this writer’s unique take on faith and life. Reflections like this one, for example: “Perspective gives us meaning. It frames our world, gives us a point of reference, and allows us to see different possibi [...]


    13. Insightful book by a former high school classmate. Favorite quotes from the book:"We struggle in the tension between wanting to be who God created us to be and feeling frustrated with the way he made us.""Where there is perfection there is no story to tell. ""Perfection hampers us from being our very best."


    14. I was drawn to this by my interest in photography and faith and found the interweaving of the two compelling. Using photography and the elements of making a good photograph you begin to look at how you are made in the image of and just like a photograph we are to reflect our creator.




    15. Definitely not an award-winning author. Didn't enjoy the book. Found it needlessly repetitive and lacking in depth. Bonus point for laying out the Gospel plainly throughout the book.


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