“I’m definitely known as “crew hopper”, which probably has hurt a few feelings here and there. I just like shooting, and if I’m with some guys and they are done for the day and someone else is calling me why wouldn’t I go out shoot them that night? Cameras don’t take pictures inside the bag while I’m sleeping.” -Andy Wright
This guy is always an inspiration to me.
The disease of civilization, whether Occidental or Oriental, is that we have to much of a good things. Money is a way of measuring wealth but is of no wealth itself.
It’s the reason why photography was easier in the beginning. It’s like a dart game: at the beginning, you can toss them anywhere, they will always be well placed. Wherever you hit is the right place ( in English in the original). But once you start building something, you realize that certain pieces are missing.
I honestly believe photography is 75 percent chance, and 25 percent skill,” he said in response to a question from an audience member toward the end of the talk. “In accidents, we really discover the magic of photography.
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