Quote Originally Posted by noacronym View Post
Now we live in a time where digital and computers have fouled up a lifetime of study and skill, and the photographic supplies are all extinct, there's not a lot of use for his books, I'm sorry to say.
Now, more than ever, there is a need for his books. Not just his, but the works of others, including Karsh, Minor White, and any other master. The basics haven't changed 1 iota, although the mentality has.

It makes me sad to see so many potentially good "photographers" just copying everyone else because it must be cool, and shooting until they get something OK.

I think that's why I started getting into the older ways, because I wanted to MAKE photos worth looking at, instead of being a "see and spray" type.