[b. 1944] American artist, metal sculptor and painter
The longer I've been photographing, the more I want to simplify my tools and materials. That way, I can better concentrate on the images I'm trying to make.
A pro only means you shoot for pay. As an amateur, I learned from pros. As a pro, I continue to learn from amateurs.
The good work goes in the album; the bad work winds up on the passport.
The progress of a photographer can often be marked by the accumulated number of mistake he or she had made along the way.
Light meters read; photographers interpret.
Camera batteries never die when you're in the camera store.
Forgetting to load the camera just makes it a test session.
Most times, we look at objects for their utilitarian purpose. But as photographers, we regard them for their momentary visual appearance.
Generally speaking, I'm not one to adovcate photographic rules, but I do think it helps to off the lens cap.
Every image I make has this underlying comment: "Here is something that interests me; something I want to show and share with you."