Photographs on the Brain

Photographs on the Brain

Edited by Bryan Formhals

I go along with the consensus that there’s too much visual stuff floating around and it’s become a distraction while devaluing what serious image-makers contribute. I miss texture and nuance when I see everything onscreen or produced with digital media. I do enjoy some of the crazy juxtapositions on Tumblr sites, but mostly online photography is a boring, yet compulsive, bottomless pit.
One’s visual language is not something that manifests overnight. It develops organically over a life-time. The shifts can be so subtle as to be virtually imperceptible and, at times, will come to fruition so rapidly, and with such force, that the profundity is all-consuming. That is life’s work.
Dan Winters (via bheventspace)
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