A. D. Coleman

Any photographer worth his/her salt – that is, any photographer of professional caliber, in control of the craft, regardless of imagistic bent – can make virtually anything look good. Which means, of course, that she or he can make virtually anything look bad – or look just about any way at all. After all, that is the real work of photography: making things look, deciding how a thing is to appear in the image.

Any photographer worth his/her salt – that is, any photographer of professional caliber, in control of the craft, regardless of imagistic bent – can make … Read More