Everybody starts off with the most essential quality of a good photographer – honesty to himself. A mother taking pictures of a baby on a beach with a box Brownie has this honesty. No illusions, no pretensions. She is not trying to be arty or clever. She photographs what she likes, simply and directly. All photographers start off with this honesty but most unfortunately lose it as soon as they attempt to become a “better” photographer.
– David Hurn
Today is Mother’s Day in many parts of the world, and it got me thinking about the role of family in my life. It was my mom who paid for those first rolls of film to be developed and all those flash cubes that I used on that early Kodak 110 film camera. It was […]
I shot this years ago, and have written about it, a bit. It was part of a huge Sports Illustrated project about defensive magicians on the baseball diamond. And of course, at that time, if you talked defense, you talked about Ozzie. The Wizard of Oz! The shortstop who looked like he played the position […]
The last time I visited Lower Antelope Canyon, near Page, AZ, was in February 2014. I had arrived with about an hour before the local Navajo operators were closing for the evening, so my time exploring the area was brief. As I was ushered out of the canyon by the diligent canyon keepers, I knew […]
Note: We’ve got two hangouts this week Thursday — Lightroom and Business. Make it a double learning day. Don’t miss our next Google Hangout. The event is Thursday, May 30, 2015. It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to SongFreedom and Drobo. It starts at 1PM Eastern/10AM Pacific. Join Skip Cohen and Richard Harrington and special guest Adam Sherwin of Resource Magazine. Adam Sherwin is one of those fortunate […]