“You have to milk the cow quite a lot and get plenty of milk to make a little cheese.”
– Henri Cartier-Bresson
The above quote appears in the video below at the 10:32 mark. The brief video about Cartier-Bresson is quite interesting and presents photographs that are both “famous” and others that are rather mundane. I wonder how this body of work would hold up when examined by the current photography critics? Watch the video to see for yourself.
I read many blogs each day related to the field of photography. One of the posts a couple of weeks ago caught my eye because of a subtitle which I thought would make a good quote. The photograph below is one I particularly like which Mr. Gibson included with his writing (see link below).
Luck favours those who go out exploring with their cameras.
– Andrew S Gibson
What I Learned About Landscape Photography in Northern Spain by Andrew S Gibson is a very interesting essay about capturing unique photographs with a personal vision. If you are interested in landscape photography, I think you will gain some insights into finding that special shot that others might have missed.
Photograph Courtesy of Andrew S. Gibson from the blog post linked above. See other beautiful photographs at that link.
** – Photograph Notes – **
Photograph Copyright by Jeff Ross – ALL Rights Reserved
Start of the Big Pine Creek North Fork Trail, (near Bishop, CA)
Nikon D3300, 1/60 sec @ f 10, ISO 100, Focal Length 28mm