“The formula for doing a good job in photography is to think like a poet.” — Imogen Cunningham
“I don’t want no drummer. I set the tempo.” -– Bessie Smith
“No teacher, preacher, parent, friend
Or wise man can decide
What’s right for you — just listen to
The voice that speaks inside.” — Shel Silverstein “The Voice” from “Falling Up”
Photoessays/Bodies of Work
— Sun City
— Turkish “drifters” This is about a group of young men who drive to show off.
— Arlene Gottfried I was equivocal about including this link, but the story is interesting.
— NY Street life 1982
— Sean Tucker: Enhancing eyes in your portraits
Field and Studio
— Learning to do street photography
— Bayou Josh just got a new camera for bird photography (Quite)a bit tongue-in-cheek, but some very good bird photography
Continuing the tale of my artist residency in the North Cascades from last week: I was assigned to the Imus Cabin. I have no idea who Imus was, but I had his cabin all to myself. This is the glorious view from the front porch.
This is the cabin itself.
The aptly named Castle Rock was one of the more impressive peaks visible from Stehekin.