September’s Exposed! Newsletter was delivered today.
Ansel Adams, renowned large format landscape photographer, declared “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.”
Twelve good photos? In one year? That’s not many!
Adams is referring to the slow, methodical style of work that results in his exquisite quality photos. His fine art photos often took weeks or months to develop and execute. Other styles of photography, such as photojournalism, rely on a high quantity of fine photos to portray an event.
High Quantity – Fine Event or Wedding Photos
In this edition of Exposed! we look at these two different styles: aiming for one significant quality photo or shooting a quantity of fine event photos…
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High Quality of a Stock or Fine Art Photo