Light as the Life of a Photo

Adrian Chamberlain at the Times Colonist has a story up about the 60-year career of Ted Grant.

Buried, down at the end, is a great way of thinking about light and content:

Advice for aspiring photographers? The most important thing when taking a photograph, Grant says, is how the subject is illuminated.

“Lighting is number one. That is the life of the photograph,” (Grant) said. “The light is the life and the content is the soul.”

Some nice moments in the gallery, worth a few moments of time.

(Thanks to RC McKee for the link.)

Mark E. Johnson

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