“As photographers we must do our work without fear of acceptance or rejection by others or by ourselves. We do our work because we must. We don’t define our work, it defines us. It makes us who we are and shows us the way to become who and what we strive to be.” dms
The magic of photography grabbed me at the age of 13. At 14, I already had a darkroom setup. Since then, it has been my life's work. I say work because it is a struggle in many ways but it's a chosen struggle. Now that I am older, I heed the call of my younger shooter friends. Helping and teaching is a shared responsibility but with age comes patience. With patience comes the release of knowledge. With knowledge comes the freedom to create and develop a lust for photography. Gido asked me to write some stuff about me and if I'm writing about photography, it is me.
It is said that shooters should try to see as if seeing something for the first time. I'd rather see something as if I'm seeing it for the last time. Go in peace but go with a camera in your hand.
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