I’m working on a new book called “Winter Marsh: An exploration of color” with images and verse: The warm sunrise flowed like liquid gold over the marsh And swirled with the cool shadows of night To gently overwhelm them, Slowly taking control of the day.
“One of the greatest barriers to creativity and to life is fear. That fear manifests itself in many ways but one of the more destructive is the perfectionism so many of us are paralyzed by.” — David DuChemin
“Being a photographer is making people look at what I want them to look at.“ – Ruth Orkin
“One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty… absolute certainty.“ – Paul Outerbridge
“Why don’t you put that old print on the floor and I’ll step on it for you and make it even more vintage.” — Brett Weston to Scott Nichols
“A good snapshot stops a moment from running away.” — Eudora Welty
“I just love to work on something until I get it right. To me, what’s important and what I enjoy is not the finished photograph but the process. The photograph is a record of that process.” — Kim Weston