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Anonymous asked: "The beauty and utter wonder on your face that you portray in all of your modelings and musings have a prominent influence on the way I see things. I think it's lovely how you've found your own way to be a part of something collaboratively provocative and timeless. Cheers!"
Thank you so much! This is a great compliment.
Anonymous asked: "What would you say to someone who has a hard time really grasping the allure of photography? It almost seems like the perfect commodity of an art form..I know it can't be easy to capture a moment perfectly, in regards to lighting, exposure, gesture, etc., no doubt that requires a certain degree of skill and creative vision. But, I can't help but feel as though a photograph is ultimately something that is stolen, rather than created? Hope I haven't come off as standoffish, just want to know more!"
I am not a photographer, but I don’t think that photographs are stolen pieces of life. Rather they are still pieces of life. But they aren’t real, they are frozen projections in time, projections coming from the artist, from the subject to the lens, and from the viewer’s perception of the image. This is not thievery, if that’s what you meant… This is creation… And our world around us is the basis of this medium. Just a thought. I don’t think I can be of much help.