Where's the light? I am the son and brother of photographers who did basic photography work for decades, They liked poses, I like the moment, even if comes from a staged pose. I remember my dad with those hard, heavy mercury cams 35 years ago. Wonder what he would think of the idea of editing with something like photoshop to change the light or color? But that's not what is photography. Its not adding to, or correcting. Its like an outfielder who hits the fence catching the ball that wasn't meant to be caught, or just the catch that was simple and needed to be done for the pure poetry in it.
I am looking to do more urban type work of people, and buildings whose history already happened but maybe they might have a new birth.
But more so women and men who inspire us with that special look that makes you turn your head, not just that they look good, but they look different.