Has this ever happened to you? You attended a photography workshop or snuck a few shots in with a willing stranger but kind of forgot to get the model to sign a release right then and there. And then you went home, developed your shots, found a few that you liked. You emailed them to your model, happy to see her reaction, only to be completely ignored by her.
I used to have about 26 different cameras at one time. I sold them all eventually. Including my Leica M8, three Hasselblad’s, a Canon 5DmkIII and a Fujifilm X-T1 and four Canon 6Ds and all kinds of analog film stuff, from 135 film to 4×5 large format… All crap if you aren’t a great photographer straight up or you don’t have a great idea to use those on.
Why start another blog about photography?
Because I can. And because there are a shit load of problems an old dude like myself needs to face when trying to make his way into the photography world. This blog has to be about trying to figure out what good photography is and how to get it done. Because it sure as hell ain’t working for me now.