Danny Adcock in The Dapto Chaser

Danny Adcock in The Dapto Chaser

If the camera, as was originally thought, captures a bit of the soul of the subject, then surely it captures even more of the soul of the person operating it, making all the creative decisions behind each image, the framing, depth of field, blur or lack of blur, grain or lack of grain, print size, paper choice, etc. The more you’ve seen, done, and lived, the more soul, personality, and unique identity you have to offer in each and every image.
— In Praise Of The Camera You Have

Just wanted to briefly mention a new essay of mine over on the Kage Collective site, that went up this week - it's about some of the issues that go with upgrading or changing your equipment, which I must admit I've fallen victim to many, many times over the years...! But, as always, it touches on a few other issues as well.

Also, thanks to ArtsHub here in Australia for publishing one of my Photographing The Arts series over on their site this week, too! Nice to see a few new visitors here on this site, and glad that it's resonating with people.

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