I believe that the more technicalities you let creep into photography, the more you drive out the creativity.
Part of what photography does so well is to dispense with preconceived notions, reeducate, and reshape one’s thinking and attitudes about places and things;even history.
The camera is a time machine and you are the pilot. It captures the present so that someone in the future can see a moment recorded in the past as seen by you.
Photographers stop photographing a subject too soon before they have exhausted the possibilities.
A photograph gives us the naked truth,which has to be clothed by the imagination.
I have to be as much diplomat as a photographer.
It’s not the medium, but the quality of perception and expression, that determines the significance of art.