(a) Tunnel Vision (c) Joel Tjintjelaar (a) Tunnel Vision and (b) Monodrian are not part of any series but were very fun to do.

Portfolio - BWVISION - Black and White fine art photography and long exposure photography

Art and Self Knowledge

Art and Self Knowledge

Creativity and Zen practice are deeply allied. They are pathways that can help make us whole and help us become more present, awake, and alive.

Creativity and Zen

Observation, direct perception in the present moment, teaches us about ourselves and others and helps us interpret the many dynamics that surround us.

Observation, direct perception in the present moment, teaches us about ourselves and others and helps us interpret the many dynamics that surround us.

Recharging Creative Batteries With A Moment Away – Brian Day Photography Blog

Recharging Creative Batteries With A Moment Away – Brian Day Photography Blog

Absence of Style: Lewis Baltz and the New Topographics – SOCKS

Absence of Style: Lewis Baltz and the New Topographics

Absence of Style: Lewis Baltz and the New Topographics – SOCKS

The photographer shares never-before-seen images from his nearly 50 years of working with his favorite muses: Weimaraners.

The Wonderful, Rarely Seen World of William Wegman

The photographer shares never-before-seen images from his nearly 50 years of working with his favorite muses: Weimaraners.

In 1971, Sheila Turner-Seed interviewed Henri Cartier-Bresson and other luminaries for a series of film strips that were lost until her daughter rediscovered them decades later.

Henri Cartier-Bresson: 'There Are No Maybes'

In an intimate 1971 interview, Henri Cartier-Bresson spoke of surrealism, photojournalism and the loss of his friends Robert Capa and David “Chim” Seymour.

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Living and Looking

Henri Cartier-Bresson interview: "That’s why teaching and learning is nothing. All these photography schools are a gimmick. Could you teach me how to walk?

My advice to younger photographers is not to be a photographer but to be a human says Anders Petersen, the Swedish image-maker behind the celebrated photobook Café Lehmitz

My advice to younger photographers is not to be a photographer but to be a human says Anders Petersen, the Swedish image-maker behind the celebrated photobook Café Lehmitz

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