Monday Missive — May 16, 2022


You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” -— Maya Angelou

I always like to have another story, another introduction, another work, and I’ll just go and work on that, while somewhere in the back of my mind I’m churning over why I’m stuck and what went wrong and figuring out how to go forward.” -— Neil Gaiman

With a camera and computer, I create worlds that don’t exist.” — Carol Erb

Photoessays/Bodies of Work
— Carol Erb: Small wonders A very interesting collection reflecting Erb’s thoughts and emotions in response to isolation during the pandemic. I found that the text and titles were critical to comprehending the images.
— War photography
— Jennifer Thoreson I found the story of how she came to art interesting. The images are unique.
— Judith Joy Ross: Portraits She has a fairly unique approach using an 8 x 10 Deardoff in the field.
— Elemental Forms

— Sean Tucker: Finishing an image with color, contrast and sharpening Very nice subtle improvements. Demonstrated on a portrait, but generally applicable to all sorts of pictures.
— Lightroom: Intersection is great tool to improve your images

Field and Studio
— VMHT: A strategy for better images

— Daido Moriyama
— Janis Joplin

Testing out a new project called Drips & Drops.



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