I recently came across an interview with an American icon and legendary photographer, Ansel Adams. A British TV journalist was interviewing him. When asked if his famous photograph, Moonrise over Hernandez, was made at night, Adams said he captured in the late afternoon. It was 4.49 pm. He saw the scene unfold from the car, … Continue reading Ansel Adams & looking from mind’s eye
Given that we live in a world that is so intensely photographed, we have to think about photography as interpretive. And that is why often go back to this observation from the legendary photographer, Ansel Adams. “The negative is comparable to the composer’s score and the print to its performance. Each performance differs in subtle … Continue reading Dunes of Death Valley: a very personal interpretation
For some odd reason, I have been thinking about, mortality and frailty of life. Some of it is with the passing of icons of my youth — Prince and Tom Wolfe, for example. The other is just because I can’t stop asking the question: but, why?