My 2011 effort to become a better photographer in 52 assignments.
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Manoj, a cook in our Thai restaurant we visited today to celebrate our 10 years marriage. We did not have much of a talk but I could make him clear I wanted to take a picture of him while he was making food in his kitchen. I show him the camera, pointed him to the kitchen and he sayd “OK” and took me with him in his kitchen.He let me wait a bit but then started to do some real cooking. It was awesome to do and the food was delicious. I think I made a friend and go back to eat there again.
- – The person should be unknown to you.
- – It can be a street portrait, studio portrait or environmental portrait.
- – The portrait should be simply lit.
- – Tell us a little bit about the person – through the image and the caption.
- – Tell us how you approached and worked with the subject(s) for the project.
End date Jan .24th
Somebody pointed out a nice blog of a street-photographer; http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com Very nice indeed.
I found this photo online, hilarious;
I did not have to think that long. Here is my statement;
I want to shift my focus from technique to creativity and start making visual memories for real people.
The reason I choose this vision is that I have a ton of gear and gadgets but do too much of technical fooling around without getting to the creative side of photography. This is the picture that I think shows my creativity or at least the start of it.
January 3, 2011
What do you want to do photographically? Tell us with a single paragraph what you want to be able to do with your images. Tell us what you do without telling us you are a photographer. Accompany that message with a single image taken around your home. Inside or out, make a photograph that adds insight into the mission statement you will be writing.
Don’t get overly flowery, just write down what you want to do.
End date Jan 17th