I’ve been an artist/photographer for several decades, have worked in most formats, moved from film to digital, and am now rediscovering the joy of making pictures with the iPhone and other small format digital cameras. The different formats/cameras/lenses/films/Photoshop/etc. play an important role in the 3-part relationship between “the eye,” “the lens,” and “the light.” But the process has remained surprisingly the same across decades — move around the territory of the subject, looking carefully, as if a viewfinder, until the pictures begin to coalesce there, as if consciousness has welded the eye, the lens, and the light together into a special little object, the photograph. 

I’ve been an artist/photographer for several decades, have worked in most formats, moved from film to digital, and am now rediscovering the joy of making pictures with the iPhone and other small format digital cameras. The different formats/cameras/lenses/films/Photoshop/etc. play an important role in the 3-part relationship between “the eye,” “the lens,” and “the light.” But the process has remained surprisingly the same across decades — move around the territory of the subject, looking carefully, as if a viewfinder, until the pictures begin to coalesce there, as if consciousness has welded the eye, the lens, and the light together into a special little object, the photograph. 

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