Monday, September 9, 2013

Fototazo's How to Start a Project Series

© Brian Ulrich, Marshall Fields, 2009
Another great addition to this series from artist Brian Ulrich.  An excerpt from his contribution is below:

"My advice to students is to work a lot and enjoy working. After a time the project will pick you. Work is also not just using the camera but researching, reading, asking questions, critiquing, etc. Practice. Improvisation. Evaluation. We call it work because it is not easy and doesn’t necessarily get easier. The reward of this is the many small and big discoveries that are outside of what one knows and what one would know by just thinking about it all. I am still amazed by how focus and fidelity can function; I still marvel when I discover something out in the world entirely indicative of the multi-layered moment we live in; at how psyches and expressions change over time."

Click HERE to read the full article.

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