Friday, October 10, 2008


Article on famous street photographer Gary Winogrand, and how one can loose control over quality and quantity in one's work.
"How do you go from the process of thinking, seeing, and capturing an image to the simple mechanical operation of traveling around and snapping frames in a haphazard manner?"
It's written by Kenneth Jarecke, who is the guy that took the famous Gulf War photo of a burned soldier sitting in a tank.

Winogrand took this famous picture:

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