“The trick now (as it has undoubtedly always been) is in knowing, specifically, what it is that you want to say with your photograph and then being able to employ the appropriate techniques, in the appropriate circumstances and in the appropriate amounts, all in a manner sufficient to convey (while not detracting from) the aesthetic message you are attempting to communicate. That means that you really do need to know precisely what it is that you are trying to say through your photograph.” — Huntington Weatherill
“The weakest version of the real you, is stronger than the best imitation of someone else.” — Joanna Davidson Politano
“Our photographs look the way they look because of how we see and what we are drawn to.” — David duChemin
– Huntington Weatherill on the necessity of image manipulation His work is always superb.
– Removing wires