I've always been interested in learning more about how other photographers approach their craft. I find that being able to relate to an artists's process and way of working can be extremely encouraging, especially if it's someone who you look up to.
I recently started reading a book called 'Photo Work', which was put together by Aperture (https://amzn.to/2LNSF8x). It's a great little publication that includes interviews with forty different photographers, asking them all the exact same questions about the process.
I've found the answers to be incredibly insightful, touching on topics like how a project is started—intuition vs concept, photographic style, knowing when a project is complete, and some other great ones.
As I dive deeper into putting together my first photo book, I've become really interested in learning as much as possible about projects and direction, and I found this book to be a wealth of knowledge.
So, in today's episode, I wanted to share a few answers that I really connected with and have a chat about projects, in hopes that it provides you with some value, and helps you in your journey.
Hope you all enjoy this one, and as always, shoot me some feedback or suggestions for episodes moving forward.