Contributed by Dan Burkholder
“Art does not depend on the tools used, but on how they are used; in the hands of an artist, the camera produces works of art.”
—Paul L. Anderson
Photography is filled with an almost overwhelming array of hardware, optical, software, and esthetic choices. There are so many options that many practitioners often fall into "decision paralysis," where they are so overwhelmed by the photographic possibilities that they end up doing nothing well . . . or just nothing. I've seen this often when photographers ...