When you’re seeking spontaneity in street photography, you want to keep moving and to keep alert.
My camera was preset for exposure, back in the days when color slide film demanded more precision than digital today. But that’s not the point. What I’m stressing is that this magic moment was just that—a moment—that would have gone by had I not been alert and responsive.
Point being: You can’t stand back and hope something will happen.
The past and the present are closer than we often realize,so I’m going back into the archives to see what I saw long ago First up is this sampling of my documentary photography, a nostalgic collection of How Once We Looked. I’ve selected images that seem memorable, from the perspective of a life spent pursuing my passion. Here’s how the See-Saw collection now appears on Amazon: