…and we avoid easy answers. We tell stories about lives lived, stories told. We question the truth, seek edges, create new perspectives, look beyond images, and have the power to change the way we feel. Be curious and dare to express yourself.
I find the words of Mark Power very recognizable.
“Photography is my way of engaging with the world. It’s a passport to be nosy. It’s a reason to be in a particular place… to respond to it in my own way, and bring back something that I hope may be of interest to others.”
Why more pictures?
Are we really waiting for more images? How do your images stand out from others, and what are you trying to express? What is the scope and longevity of a picture? Is the image-language global and universal? Is the picture challenging, and provocative, but never offensive? Does the perfect image exist? No two pictures can ever be the same. David Bailey once said:
“I am not interested in photography. I am interested in what you can do with it.”
Being a photographer is a lifestyle.