In a recent discussion with other professionals about some current trends in photography – strangely colored yellow or blue green washes over the image – I made the following observation about the staying quality of photographs:
“When I got married, chocolate colored tuxes were in vogue. 5 years later, I could not look at them without wincing. Trendy is quick to pass. Black tuxes wax and wane in enthusiasm, but unlike a trend, always look good in retrospect. I want my photography to be like a classic black tux. Finding the right client isn’t as easy, but they won’t be as likely to take them down from the walls a couple years after the fact.”
That’s my mission statement, whether it’s about portraiture, commercial or any other kind of work I create.
Photography to stand the test of time, like a classic black tux.
I specialize in photographic problem solving. My images help give personality to businesses, connecting them to their audiences and ultimately increasing their bottom line.
Photographer, blogger, educator and co-founder of www.theprofessionalphotographyforum.com
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