Tuesday, November 15, 2005

One of the purest joys of photography is discovering that even the rankest amateur can do something artistic if he or she leaves the shutter open long enough. Even in this age of digital manipulation, where software lets you sepia-tone pictures faster than you can say "tasteless," there's an analog joy to capturing the blur of a car's taillights at night. It's a timeless genre.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you are always the best,and I have known when you start something you will be the best,like now,your photos are super,I love them