Photo sessions are fun.
I was out yesterday afternoon with a Leica SL set for monochrome. I was shooting Jpegs. The lens was one that is getting (surprisingly) more and more use. It's the 20-60mm Panasonic lens for the L mount system. I've been trying to see "wider."
No one way of seeing is harder than another; they are just different. I guess it takes time to work out the fundamentals.
Michael Johnston is back from his short vacation and posted some links to interviews with Josef Koudelka over on his blog. One of my all time favorite photographers. He is best known for all his images of gypsies in eastern Europe but also for his people photography. A consummate Fine Artist with the capitalizations intended.
In the interviews he makes the point that he has turned more and more to making landscape images. The rationale, and the rest of the interview, is priceless. I suggest you take a look...
I can't say that I disagree with anything Koudelka said. Here's the link to Mike's site and the referring blog post: https://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2021/07/quote-o-the-day-josef-koudelka.html
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