Thoughts from behind the cameraFriday, March 10, 2017
One year I decided to get some of my photographs printed out, maybe to hang in the house or to blow up into a large canvas. When flicking through the shots I had taken it became apparent that I like none individually enough to select them above the others. That's the very core of my photography ethos really; I adore to take shots of what I see and how it feels to be anywhere at a particular moment. A selection of pictures tells the story. No one solitary image wants to do that alone and I wouldn't aim to compact it like that.
Never do I set out with the goal of taking a particular photograph, I'm very much a spontaneous capturer. Little fills me with more disinterest with the idea of taking a tripod and lights or deflectors. It would soon become a chore that became something to put off.
It's such a joy to share the pictures I take and to narrate any further observations and on that front I feel like I am achieving what I am setting out to do.