There a few photographers that have influenced the way that I see and wield a camera than Jay Maisel. Since my younger days when I looked endlessly at his work in magazines or books until the time I was able to spend a week with him during a photo workshop, I have been influenced and inspired by this New York photographer.Read More
Nancy Lehrer sets out to capture daily life and interactions. These life events are sometimes celebratory but more often commonplace. They are made up of simple conversations and actions – calling out from a balcony, telling a secret, praying, or just engaging with the neighbors on a warm afternoon. She is an observer, seeking to find and record a bit of culture and community.
In this latest The Candid Frame YouTube video, we discuss the importance of gestures. Inspired by the philosophy of master photographer, Jay Maisel, who describes his approach to photography as an exploration of light, color and gesture, we focus on the last idea.
It is one of the more elusive aspects of life to capture in a single photograph, but it can be the single most important element in an image. It can make the difference between a good shot to an exceptional shot.Read More