This weekend’s offering is inspired from two very differing sources: a book from my photo library and the editors notes from a recent copy of Black+White Photography magazine.
I’ll start with Elizabeth Roberts, the magazine editor, who commented on how we as photographers see changes, growth and development in the things were are interested in. She concludes her Editor’s Letter with the following paragraph:
“I find all this very exciting and something I constantly look for in photographers – that ability to grow, to be still inquisitive, to have the ability and courage to change. I think it’s worth aiming for, in whatever we do.”
The book is called “WHY IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE IN FOCUS – MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY EXPLAINED” by Jackie Higgins and it looks at the artistry of 100 key works of modern photography. It’s not a book for the purist but it is an…
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