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3 years ago
The Regulars: An Interview with Larry Frank
Photographer: Larry Frank
Type of Photos Taken: Editorial types, such as, but not limited to, people, portraiture, lifestyle, pictorial.
What is your philosophy regarding photo taking? Any personal rules you stick to?
If I had to stick to rules, you wouldn’t have selected me for this interview. As far as philosophy on photo taking, both technical and artistic books have been written on that subject. It makes for good reading. What I say to my students is this, 1 ) “Einstein said, Imagination is more important than knowledge, 2) When shooting for a client or for yourself, listen to your heart, not your intellect, 3) Keep your ego in check, 4) The best pictures in the world have yet to be made, and 5) The only difference between a stepping stone and a stumbling block is how you step on it.” Tell us about a photographic challenge you overcame?
The most important challenge all creative people must overcome is to triumph over one’s self-inflicted “I’m not creative” inferiority. And how to do that? “ You start by starting.” A personal challenge was when I was working as a neophyte studio sales rep, watching and learning, watching and learning. However, I opened my mouth and gave an unsolicited opinion and idea during a studio shoot for TIME Magazine. So the challenge was to keep my job after that outburst. As it turned out, my suggestion gave a giant boost to my career because the client used my idea for the magazine’s cover. I didn’t feel so creatively insecure after that. Full story http://bit.ly/1TZyawf.
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3 years ago
Someone gave me a Minolta camera and this book was inside the camera case. It was written in 1976 and it's in fair condition.
2 years ago
Friendship, enthusiasm, adventure and crazy mishaps last a lifetime with a shot. Learn to capture the moments you ardently cherish this August. Find the joy of photography at the heart of the image, with Nikon School of Photography.
One moment, one shot.