© Richard Anderson
“Everything flows and nothing stays.”
In the nostalgic days of analog photography, the amount of published information was minimal by today’s standards. Many of the techniques used were recipes passed on from person to person, often producing barely legible copies from being duplicated so many times. How many books did you use if you were a student of analog photography? There were a handful of texts, serving as the “Photo Bibles” that were used over and over again. The books we learned the most from—for Patti, Ansel Adam’s The Camera, The Negative, The ...