Ten photography lessons learned from Henri Cartier-Bresson  SEP 07 2011

A few things you might learn about photography by following Henri Cartier-Bresson's example.

4. Stick to one lens
Although Henri Cartier-Bresson shot with several different lenses while on-assignment working for Magnum, he would only shoot with a 50mm if he was shooting for himself. By being faithful to that lens for decades, the camera truly became "an extension of his eye".

Update: That link is having some trouble so here's the cached copy from Google.

Read more posts on kottke.org about:
Henri Cartier-Bresson   lists   photography

this is kottke.org

   Front page
   About + contact
   Site archives

You can follow kottke.org on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Feedly, or RSS.

Ad from The Deck

We Work Remotely

 

Enginehosting

Hosting provided EngineHosting