Nigel Turner explains about his 6P strategy; how he uses it to influence his photography and how it provides him with the inspiration and motivation he needs to get things done to the best of his ability
One of the most important lessons that I learnt taking my first steps into the world of landscape photography is that my cameras and lenses, although costing a small fortune to assemble over the years, certainly don’t guarantee success but are just mere tools of our trade, like a chisel is to a carpenter or a kitchen is to Gordon Ramsey. Among the items that I use more or less on a daily basis, haven’t cost me a single penny and don’t even exist in a physical presence, but have become an invaluable attribute throughout my career. These are what I like to refer to as…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 43 of Landscape Photography Magazine.