Filled with preconceptions, haste and ideas about how things should look and be photographed; we stop not only seeing, but also thinking and feeling. Rafael Rojas explains
Sometime ago, I read a story written about Minor White and his unconventional teaching methods. A fellow photographer who took a workshop with him explained that during the week they spent together, the students were assigned to meditate and dance at dawn for days, only taking their cameras out on the fourth day in order to photograph their ‘essence’. Although baffling and confusing at first, this experience changed …
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