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I dream up images

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I don't do reality well. I have to romanticize things. I dream up images and I shoot them - fantasies and escapiism. If I can't feel the image, it won't work. -James B. Wood


I'm paid to be lucky

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I'm paid to be lucky and that means making your own luck - getting yourself in the right position, in front of the right subject at the right time, and in the right light. -Michael Yamashita, National Geographic - Field Guide by Peter K. Burian and Robert Caputo, page 248


A snapshot

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A snapshot steals life that it cannot return. A long exposure [creates] a form that never existed. -Dieter Appelt, "1000 Photo Icons" by Anthony Bannon (Foreword), George Eastman House , ISBN: 3822820970, page: 708


about depth of feeling

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about depth of feeling

Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field. -Peter Adams, Adams Sydney, 1987


it tells me what to do

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it tells me what to do

I never question what to do, it tells me what to do. The photographs make themselves with my help. ~Ruth Bernhard


your subject has to leave

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your subject has to leave

If you're lucky enough to have something magical in happening in front of your camera, don't let it go. Keep shooting until the light fades, the magic evaporates or you or your subject have to leave. -Steve Simon


I want the viewers to be moved

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I want the viewers to be moved

I want the viewers to be moved into the lives of the people that they are looking at, the visual experience is incredibly emotional. -Paul Fusco


nothing is what it appears to be

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nothing is what it appears to be

Photography deals exquisitely with appearances, but nothing is what it appears to be. ~Duane Michals


Keep it simple

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Keep it simple

Keep it simple. -Alfred Eienstaedt


the promise of a story

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the promise of a story

"The still must tease with the promise of a story the viewer of it itches to be told."

Cindy Sherman



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