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Ira Glass & A Volume Of Work

Ira Glass & A Volume Of Work

When I first heard these words I understood how profound and powerful they could be for any artist, including photographers. David Saxe was inspired too and he created this video. You might be at a time in your creative place where you need to hear this...
PASSION AN INCH WIDE, A MILE DEEP

PASSION AN INCH WIDE, A MILE DEEP

“Passion is in all great searches and is necessary to all creative endeavors.”  W. Eugene Smith  Two boys. It was hard to take a bad picture of t...
<p><span>About Exploring with Your Camera by Harold Davis<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></span></p> <p> </p>

About Exploring with Your Camera by Harold Davis 

 

I like to explore off the grid and as off the map as I can get. Usually, this turns out pretty well and I don’t get into too much trouble. Sometimes, however, I do get into slightly awkward situations that are a bit dif cult to explain. I’ve explored with my camera all over the world, and often got into slightly embarrassing situations, but nothing a smile couldn’t get me out of. 
The Sum

The Sum

The challenge of creating a set of pictures is to make each piece strong on its own, yet when put together in a very deliberate way, the message communicated is often bigger, more powerful, and more complex than any individual piece could convey by itself. The sum is greater than the parts.