Friday, September 19, 2008


"Nobody cares about the technology. It is easier. Now you have auto-focus. It is becoming very difficult to make a bad picture, very difficult. But who cares about technology. Did he use digital? Did he use film? Who cares?" is his response. "If Stanley Greene is using the same camera as you or I, he will make a better picture, because he has the eye. I can say that because I was such a bad photographer. The most important thing is the way you look."

From Jim Merithew's interview with Jean Francois Leroy, creator of Visa Pour L'Image. Its nice to hear this from someone who has been around to see all of the changes.
Full article at sportsshooter.

1 comment:

P said...

What up buddy, I'm no photographer but I completely agree. I feel like all it takes is that natural talent. Once you figure out how/where to apply that talent, technology (among other things) won't stop people from noticing the quality of your work.