Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Digital photography is unreliable. By unreliable, I mean that it is constantly changing, which is a bad thing. Good photographs emerge from practiced methods of working. Without this, photography can never make the move from a simple toy to actual art. If you look at the work from the masters of photography, their collection of work was made on one camera system, with one or two film stocks.

To make good work, an artist of any medium must have a fluency with their tools and materials.

Mamiya RB67 Pro-S
Kodak Ektar 100