“Here, then, was a paradox of picture taking that appeared from the start. Despite its promise of the ultimate document, of a picture more realistic than art could achieve, the camera was also an instrument of artifice and posing, even fakery and deceit. The invention that enabled people to write with the sun would blur the distinction between appearance and reality, between the image and the event.” — Kiku Adatto
“The best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed.” — Anne Geddes
“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
Photoessays/Bodies of Work
– Bremerton, WA
– Multi-media landscapes I don’t usually include multi-media bodies of work, but this is particularly interesting.
– Jan Bell Impressive monochrome landscapes
– How to make your images more expressive with color grading
– Julianne Kost on color grading
– Jesus Ramirez’ view on color grading This one is shorter.
– Julilanne on Applying lens blur Applying lens blur can be more flexible than you might expect
– Comparison of Tamron 28- 200 vs SONY 24-105 and 70-200 I don’t generally do lens reviews but this video gives an excellent explanation and demonstration of lens defects, shows what to look for and how to correct them, as well as reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of less expensive lenses.
– Ultrawide macro