Photographer's Note

Two factors thus emerge as requisites of success in the field of creative photography. First, the subject must be photogenic. Second, its re-creation in a photograph must be based upon technical knowledge, guided and supported by artistic inspiration. - Andreas Feininger *

Realism and super-realism * are what I’m after. This world is full of things the eye doesn’t see. I mean even the eye of a sensitive person. The camera can see more, and oftentimes better. - Andreas Feininger

What matters is not what you photograph, but why and how you photograph it. Even the most controversial subject, if depicted by a sensitive photographer with honesty, sympathy, and understanding, can be transformed into an emotionally rewarding experience. - Andreas Feininger,

Don’t look for “depth” but instead search for subject aspects which prove the presence of depth. - Andreas Feininger,

The camera can push the new medium to its limits – and beyond. It is there – in the “beyond” – that the imaginative photographer will compete with the imaginative painter. Painting must return to the natural world from time to time for renewal of the artistic vision. The key sector of renewal of vision today is the new vistas revealed by science. Here photography, which is not only art but science also, stands on the firmest ground. - Andreas Feininger,

* The image was a photo three shots and with stitching by the method HDR
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