Photos by RustyCDallas
- capturing digital memories for eternity
On location photography to capture memories for an eternity. The lens should paint a breathtaking memory, properly compose so that the extensive digital editing is not required.
Rusty acquired his first camera while in college back in the day when the Konica K-1000 was king. In those days when color processing was expensive, nothing was automatic and it took days to see the result, long after the moment had passed. Because you could not recreate the moment, it was paramount that care was taken to properly compose each shot. That is is carried over into the days of digital to minimize the need for extensive digital darkroom file manipulation.
Rusty’s style resembles that of a journalistic photographer. Photographs should each tell a story. They should let the viewer relive the experience when viewed. To the viewer that was not present, the photograph, or series of photographs, should tell the story of the moment, created a visceral and emotional reaction.
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My work with new photographers is mostly hands on in real world experiences. Typically there is a handout of basic information, but mostly it is walking, shooting, looking, analysizing, and reshooting.
While books are great and a must to master the craft, most students need help with the actual shooting process.