[Photographer, b. 1933, Zurich, Switzerland, d. 2014, Zurich.]
A digital camera has to be kept in check like a racehorse.
[Artist, b. 1978, Birmingham, England, lives in London.]
...don’t be put off by someone telling you that your image looks too digital; maybe that’s the way it’s supposed to look.
Frederick H. Evans
[Photographer and bookseller, b. 1853, London, d. 1943, London.]
Photography is photography; and in its purity and innocence is far too valuable and beautiful to be spoilt by making it imitate something else. (1908)
[Photographer, b. 1938, Kharkov, Ukraine, lives in Kharkov and Berlin.]
As soon as I got to New York, in the late ‘80s, I went to Harlem. Everybody told me not to go, and if I went, not to take pictures. Of course I went, and I went with a camera.
[Photographer, b. 1946, Vancouver, Canada, lives in Vancouver.]
I begin by not photographing.
[Photographer, b. 1952, Epson, Surrey, England, lives in Bristol and London, England.]
Get out there and do it. If it’s good it will be seen. There is no such thing as a brilliant new contemporary photographer who is undiscovered.
[Artist, b. 1937, Omaha, Nebraska, lives in Los Angeles.]
I believe in intuition and approaching things as instant gratification. Just do the things you want to do, make the kind of pictures you want to make.
[Artist, b. 1925, Port Arthur, Texas, d. 2008, Captiva Island, Florida.]
I don’t want a picture to look like something it isn’t. I want it to look like something it is.