Today, January 2, 2012, brings Chase Jarvis’ first post.
“Making such a photo that no one else can make can take many forms–technical excellence is a part of that–but at it’s essence is the need to reflect a mood that only you can capture or evoke, based on your access, your knowledge, your interpersonal skills or otherwise. So you absolutely must put your fingerprints on the shot. It’s not “about” you (sic), but you are clearly present…”
That is why we start with vision and end with vision.
That is why we talk about vision all year. Style – personal and intimate style, is created by a strong understanding of the photographer’s vision.
And when you have an idea of what your vision is, images will begin to simply ‘reveal’ themselves to you.
Click… ya know.