Posts Tagged ‘Lucas Gentry’

Nothing to do with cameras

"Photography has nothing to do with cameras." - Lucas Gentry

A common mistake photographers make is to focus on the instrument instead of the masterpiece.┬áThe artistic faculties behind the creation of a great photograph are not reduced by faults in the instrumentation and are rarely enhanced by an excess of tools. In the same way that literature has nothing has nothing to do with the […]


Time

"Time eventually positions most photographs, even the most amateurish, at the level of art." - Lucas Gentry

Photography is a play between light and time, with the artist a mere witness to that fleeting moment when the perfect synchronization of these elements produces an image worth preserving. Be patient and alert, for that moment often comes when we least expect it. Wait for time as you would an old friend and when […]