Sunday, May 30, 2010

Icon Interviews: Steve Gottlieb

There is nothing like the completion of a really big project. One of the pieces of advice I would give to advanced amateurs is always have some kind of project in mind so you’re always looking at the world, when you pick up your camera, from a little bit of a distinctive perspective. That doesn’t mean every picture must be part of your project, but that bit of focus lets you build a collection of pictures that really makes a statement about how you see the world.

Part of a bigger interview with Steve Gottlieb with whom I very much identify. Click
here for the full interview.

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