You just do what you love, and then a style happens later on.” –- David LaChapelle
I’ve never been comfortable photographing people I know, myself included. I guess I prefer the mystery of strangers.” — Alec Soth
The way to get unstuck is to start down the wrong path, right now. Step by step, page by page, interaction by interaction. As you start moving, you can’t help but improve, can’t help but incrementally find yourself getting back toward your north star. You might not end up with perfect, but it’s significantly more valuable than being stuck. Don’t just start. Continue.” -– Seth Godin, 11/4/12
Photoessays/Bodies of Work
– Kramer O’Neill: Where they fall
– Creative soul photography
– Pretty cool industrial photography
– Swallowed by Darkness: Fine Art/Street Photography
– Keith Carter: 50 years on
– Look-up Tables (LUTS)
– Getting really sharp cut outs
– Cole Thompson: 5 steps
– Women conflict photographers
– Favorite books of 5 famous photographers
Hand-made brooms won 4th place last week at the camera club. Processing included using a gradient map.
Continuing my experiments with adding color.
More foggy mornings.
This one used antique sepia.
There is often a huge difference between an idea and its realization. I’ve had what I thought were great ideas that just didn’t work.“ – Andy Goldsworthy
If you do not express your own original ideas, if you do not listen to your own being, you will have betrayed yourself.” – Rollo May
It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.” — Andy Warhol
– Peter Souza photographing Pres. Obama
– Celebrate what’s right with the world! Inspiring, humorous and definitely worth watching!
– Black Moshannon State Park – landscape opportunities in Pennsylvania
– Shooting for black and white
– 10 tips on macro
– The Briscoe light technique
– Pilgrim: David duChemin’s images from the pilgrimage at Lalibela
– Interesting video of a rising star in wildlife photography Directed by John Ford; English subtitles
– Really interesting story about Robert Capa and Gerda Taro, the first female war photographer to die in the field
From Jon Meyer
– The Hasselblad Masters
Iris leaves after freezing rain.
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