Monday Missive — September 7, 2020

Quotes

I was told that the best way to learn to make photographs is to make a lot of them, and that’s impossible to argue with.” — David duChemin

A photographer’s work is given shape and style by his personal vision. It is not simply technique, but the way he looks at life and the world around him.” –- Pete Turner

All that I have achieved are these dreams locked in silver.” – Paul Caponigro

Links
Photoessays/Bodies of Work
– Myanmar in monochrome
– Almost surreal street Really good color grading.
– Lewis Hine and child labor

Post-Processing
– Sharpening

Field/Studio
– Make soap bubbles that look like planets

Miscellany
– Google images will allow more licensing info on your photos
– Corporations should pay for the use of your photos
– What happens to your digital imagery when you die? Everyone should read this one.
– Ethics in photography: How not to photography sex workers
– Minimalist photography awards

Two dragonflies at North Point State Park.

A young goldfinch chowin’ down on coneflower seeds this morning totally ignored me. I went back for a camera, and then for a tripod to shoot some video and he just kept on eating those seeds. Great morining in the garden!

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