Love this one from Gentry. Yes, just forget about your cameras and bits of equipment. Just produce.
I never see or saw photography as the truth. Yes, photographs record certain moments, and are accurate at that time. But things are always changing so a photograph taken “then” can never truly represent the “now”.
What can I say here? Portraits can be hard work. Animals aren’t that easy either.
Yes, where we come from and what we believe are very important factors in what we take pictures of.
I like this quote from Martin Parr and yes, photography looks easy at the beginning but the more you do the more you find how difficult it can be to get great photos.
I love Harry Gruyaert colour photography. This quote really resonates with me. I’m never at my happiest when I’ve just photographed in the street.
A very simple quote here and my take on this is vary your stories, your subjects and try to make things as interesting as you can.
Simple enough here, don’t get caught up with cameras and technical talk of photography.
Bresson was obsessed about detail so much so that he forgot about the what he was taking to look for the smallest of details in people and things.