In Order to Remember Famous Photographers

Remember Famous Photographers. Any person can learn to use a camera to capture moments of time. That they can be very valuable for history and mainly valuable for our memories. But many things make lack to consider a photographer expert, not only it is to take images, but to create images in himself.
It is necessary to study untiringly, it practices constant, and much experiences. That is only my opinion, but taking into account this, I was finding and compiling in many average some of the thoughts of the many appointed and famous teachers of the photography, in many of them is on the matter the seduction than they made to get to be the one who are, but they remember mainly me that if I want to make a great photography, I always must return to the basic thing that there is the essence to catch a little while that it was in the memory of that watches my photographies, and to take into account that although the technology advance to exaggerated steps, is a boy even, next to more than one hundred fifty years of the history of this beautiful art is the photography. This is beautiful words from many famous photographers.

Famous Photographer - Ansel Adams

• “The whole key lies very specifically in seeing it in the minds eye which we call visualization” – Ansel Adams

• “If I have any ‘message’ worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no short cuts in photography.” – Edward Weston

• “The sheer ease with which we can produce a superficial image often leads to creative disaster.” – Ansel Adams

• “A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen

• “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” – Ansel Adams

• “It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.” – Paul Caponigro

• “Becoming a professional artist takes talent and perseverance, even more so when the field is photography.” – Clyde Butcher

• “Never put lettering in your photos unless you want it read.” – Jay Meisel

• “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” – Ansel Adams

• “In photography there are no shadows that cannot be illuminated.” – August Sander

• “If you have enough craft, you’ve done your homework and you’re practiced. You can then make the photograph you desire.” – Ansel Adams

• “No place is boring, if you’ve had a good night’s sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film. – Robert Adams

• “A photograph is usually looked at – seldom looked into.” – Ansel Adams

• “Saturate yourself with your subject and the camera will all but take you by the hand.” – Margaret Bourke-White

• “We have glorified the camera itself. Which is only a tool.” Ken Whitmire

• “Photography is the power of observation, not the application of technology.” – Ken Rockwell

• “There are two people in every photograph: the photographer and the viewer.” – Ansel Adams

• “A sloppy performance in a photograph is as distressing as a sloppy performance in music.” – Fred Picker

• “Be aware of every square millimeter of your frame.” – Jay Meisel

• “We are basically directors of images. Our objective is to attract the eye and leave an impression the mind.” – Ken Whitmire

• “There is nothing worse than a brilliant image of a fuzzy concept.” – Ansel Adams

• “No photographer is as good as the simplest camera. – Edward Steichen

• “A better camera won’t do a thing for you if you don’t have anything in your head or in your heart.” – Arnold Newman

• “If you cant find anything wrong with the image you just made, the next one won’t be any better.” – Ken Whitmire

• “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams

• “Maybe because it’s entirely an artist’s eye, patience and skill that makes an image and not his tools.” – Ken Rockwell

• “The negative is the equivalent of the composer’s score, and the print the performance.” – Ansel Adams

Famous Photographer - Edward Weston

• “Anything more than 500 yards from the car just isn’t photogenic.” – Edward Weston

• “Painters did not paint 4×5′s, 5×7′s and 8×10′s. Painters painted wall sized images”. – Ken Whitmire.

• “The camera’s only job is to get out of the way of making photographs.” – Ken Rockwell

• “My first thought is always of light.” – Galen Rowell

• “If we put a mirror a tapestry or a poster on or wall it’s large. So why on earth would be hang a ten in portrait of our family.” – Ken Whitmire

• “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” – Ansel Adams.

• “When composing a picture… “Be aware of every square millimeter of your frame.” – Jay Meisel

• “Wherever there is light, one can photograph.” – Alfred Stieglitz

• “I see no reason for recording the obvious.” – Edward Weston

• “People say photographs don’t lie, mine do.” – David LaChapelle

• “I think landscape photography in general is somewhat undervalued.” – Galen Rowell

• “The trouble with photographing beautiful women is that you never get into the dark room until after they’ve gone.” – Yousuf Karsh

• “Every ten years a man should give himself a good kick in the pants.” – Edward Steichen

• “The home is all about family. Without family we would not need a home. What furniture could be more important than an image of what that home has produced.” – Ken Whitmire.

• “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

• “When that shutter clicks, anything else that can be done afterward is not worth consideration.” – Edward Steichen

• “Skill in photography is acquired by practice and not by purchase.” – Percy W. Harris

• “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” – Dorothea Lange

• “I find the single most valuable tool in the darkroom is my trash can.” – John Sexton

Famous Photographer - Alfred Stieglitz

• “In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz

• “The world just does not fit conveniently into the format of a 35mm camera.” – W. Eugene Smith

• “Sometimes you can tell a large story with a tiny subject.” – Eliot Porter

• “The composition is already there, you just need to crop it” – Jay Maisel

• “A lot of people think that when you have grand scenery, such as you have in Yosemite, that photography must be easy.” – Galen Rowell

• “Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy