The Inner Path of Photography

We yearn for the taste of the sacred…and through our cameras discover it, the world, and ourselves.

Tag: New York Times photography

“The Ceramic Canvas – Art of Food Plating”

Plating, photography by Evan Sung, NY  Times

Interesting article,  “The Ceramic Canvas” – recently in the New York Times.

In addition to my enjoyment of the article, my main interest was the slide show, “Beautiful Plates,” – which made me very hungry and ready to go to a fabulous restaurant immediately – but which is also just beautifully shot by Evan Sung.

The images themselves are art forms, based, of course on the work of the chefs, but also taken to the next level by the talent of the photographer in using white space, lighting, simplicity.

Visit his website – more beautiful creations await you.

Enjoy – be inspired – and then go eat something wonderful –

(or let your photography shoot of “beauty” be your sustenance?)


Walking and Photography – Matt Green walks NY

Matt Green is walking the streets of New York – all of them.

And talking to people, taking photographs along the way.

A wonderful example of a man who is living in the moment, absorbing life, and sharing his experience through photography.

See the NY Times article and a wonderful short video made by Matt here…

Follow his path, see his photographs and writing here…

“It’s about the story you have to tell. The camera is just a tool.” – Jerome Liebling

“Jerome Liebling’s photo classes often seemed to be about everything but photography, James Estrin recalls. And that, it turns out, was exactly the point.”

New York Times Article, Jerome Liebling, photographer who died Wednesday…

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