The first thing you’ve got to know is that these are all very fast improvisations since the emulsion hardens quickly after the picture is snapped. I’ve got ten minutes, max, from taking the shot to messing it up, and once they’re messed with, there’s no going back. Painters do quick sketches in charcoal or pencil, then erase, recompose, make corrections […]
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