“Your First 10,000 Photographs are Your Worst”

Here is the second quote in my new weekly series of six and the answer to the question “How many photographs must I make before I make them interesting?”

Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French humanist photographer, considered a master of photography and an early user of 35 mm film. He pioneered the genre of street photography and viewed photography as capturing a decisive moment. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

Stay tuned for the third quote next week, where you will get the answer to the question . . . “IF I PURCHASE A NEW CAMERA, WILL I MAKE BETTER PICTURES?”

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Rick Ogrodzinski is an accomplished photographer specializing in Event Photography, Family Gatherings, Portraiture and Street Photography.  Capitalizing on his degree and long experience as a Chemical Engineer, he is detail-oriented in his photography . . . his “passion”. You will never meet Rick without his camera!

Residing near the historic Rideau Canal in the Township of Rideau Lakes, Rick is also a member of the Rideau Lakes Business Network and Photographers Without Borders.

You can visit him and see his work at photorichard.ca.

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