If you are out there shooting, things will happen for you. If you're not out there, you'll only hear about it.
If the light is great in front of you, you should turn around and see what it is doing behind you.
Try to go out empty and let your images fill you up.
Always carry a camera, it's tough to shoot a picture without one.
Photography is an act of love.
I'm a New Yorker. I don't believe in air unless I can see it.
If you're not shooting in the right direction, it doesn't matter how well you're shooting.
If you want to make more interesting pictures, become a more interesting person.
If you can capture the element of surprise, you're way ahead of the game.
Some have said that if you take a great picture in color and take away the color, you'll have a great black-and-white picture. But if you're shooting something about color and you take away the color, you'll have nothing.
Had I not been told to look, I would have quite, ignorant of what was really there, because I had 'made plans' and was wearing visual and emotional blinders that limited my perceptions and my vision.
Never put lettering in your photos unless you want it read.
Be aware of every square millimeter of your frame.
I don't see light as something that falls, but as a positive force.
As people, we love pattern. But interrupted pattern is more interesting.
There is no one solution to all problems. It's the problem itself that can lead to the solution.
Never say you're going back - SHOOT IT NOW!
When finding the right angle for a shot...'Move your ass.'
There is no bad light. There is spectacular light and difficult light. It's up to you to use the light you have.
'Color' is quite different from 'colors.' In an image with many colors, we find that all the colors compete with each other rather than interacting with each other. The results" colors.
It's a lot easier to take pictures if you always have the camera with you.
Remember that most people (those who are not photographers) don't even see the things that you missed. Many don't even look. Ergo, you are way ahead of the game.
I try not to tell students where to shoot, when to shoot, or what to shoot. I feel finding the picture is the most important part of being a photographer. The actual shooting is of lesser importance.
You can't just turn on when something happens, you have to be turned on all the time. Then things happen.
The drama of light exists not only in what is in the light, but also in what is left dark. If the light is everywhere, the drama is gone.
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