I’ve never staged a street shot, though. I’m not opposed to it in principle, but I can’t see how I could make it work, at least in the sort of shots I take now. Could be an interesting challenge.]]>
Matt, I haven’t gotten around to Klein (or the Japanese, who are linked in my mind, somehow) because a) their books are too expensive or b) I just haven’t gotten around to them or c) I don’t understand their stylization or d) a combo of any or all of the above.
I like Klein a lot, and have spent hours here and there with his work in libraries, but haven’t had real time to think about it and write-up anything… Soon?]]>
What i mean is, my photography at the moment, to me, just represents a bunch of singles. Street photos, with no concept, theme, or idea behind them, just a bunch of random compositions.
Im constantly thinking about concepts, ideas, that i can then go out and explore with my camera, but im always failing in coming up with any answers to my own questions.
Its driving me nuts! But through it all i know i must not stop shooting, because just by doing so, something could develop without me consciously knowing it.]]>