I wholeheartedly agree with Jill “Razer” Mustoffa about baggage. She says, ” Get to the root of it so it won’t follow you the rest of your life and drop its little seeds to make more. Remove the baggage before it gets out of control, I say.”
The problem with something like photography is the temptation to think you can’t have enough gadgets, lenses, filters, etc. Also, for someone like Bryan Treen here, shooting with a large format view camera, a lot of equipment is needed to support that camera, accompanied by years of practice and study, to make a beautiful, awe-inspiring image. Be sure to check out his funny video. Lastly, I’d say photography baggage is fabulous!
Prints of all Images for SaleDuring 100 Days of Art, I will be offering signed and numbered (on the back) 8X10 prints of these images for $100. each, plus shipping & handling. Please contact me if you are interested.
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