Slowly but surely Nature claims it back What remains ?
In a recent post I said Ansel Adams did not print his photos himself.... awful crazy error, obviously! It was Henri Cartier Bresson of course! Sorry for that one!
Two very different concepts in photography, two different ways to represent the world! Which ones do you prefer? Certainly anyone must have a preference? Or not... This is just my personal view on this topic and lo and behold, I prefer both. How that? How is this only possible? Well it's easy, I just prefer... Continue Reading →
Some days ago I asked if it was allowed to cheat in photography, and your responses were as varied as welcome. In short, you think that the cheating I did was excessive... and I'm vey much OK with that. So here's a 'cloudy' photo that's totally genuine, straight out of my phone's camera. I swear... Continue Reading →
Imogen Cunningham I love this quote by that wonderful lady that left us so many exceptional photographs! I won't dare to compare my stuff to her work, certianly not. But I am perfectly OK with her view. I never took photography classes (that shows, eh?), I never attended expensive seminars or such stuff offered by... Continue Reading →
That's the big question of our digital times! But didn't the old Masters of Photography also cheat? Didn't Ansel Adams Henri Cartier Bresson (or rather his minions as he did not print his photos himself apparently - and sorry, sorry for the error!) also cheat by dodging and burning, by retouching, by tweaking the exposures and... Continue Reading →
Sounds a bit grand to talk about 'working a location' for a humble hobbyist photog, no? But I like to think like this when I go to a specific place I have in mind, just to explore it's photographic possibilities. As opposed to just going on a photo walk with no specific objective, just waiting... Continue Reading →