Setting Sun – Quotes – Part One

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Quotes and notes: INTRODUCTION Anne Wilkes Tucker Daido Moriyama states that photography is ‘ .. not a social business, but personal work’. (pg 18) Tucker comments: ‘There is no separation between what is photographed and the self. The photographer connects them by the desire to be connected’. (pg 18) ‘Kimura and Domon believed a photographer could achieve a certain objectivity …

Week Three Reflections

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As I write this, I am on Day 3 of a two week Cambodia trip, so most of my thought processes are focused on the work to be done, here. My reading for the trip includes Setting Sun: Writings by Japanese Photographers. I have always had a fondness for all things Japanese, and when Paul pointed this book out, I had …