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ALAN LATCHLEY
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Having your portrait taken can seem a bit like a trip to the opticians or dentist—look this way, look that way, say ahhh. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

To physically handle the prints of any photographer's work is a much greater experience than viewing their work in any other way. It's as close as you can get—your vision with their vision—one degree of separation from what they saw. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

Digital versus film is like choosing between a virtual world and the actual world. I know which world I like to live in. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

By its nature photography is exploitative. It is after all called 'taking' pictures. You've been trusted, and you take something. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

The vogue for snapshot-style pictures of the famous in fashion magazines has devalued what photographers do. Some magazines now don't even bother to send a photographer with a journalist on an interview assignment—they simply get the journalist to take a few snaps once the interview is over. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

Using a twin-lens camera for photographing strangers is a much less aggressive way of taking pictures.You're looking down into a camera rather than directly in their eyes. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

An amateur wants to get thirty-six different pictures on one roll of film. A professional will take thirty-six rolls to get one picture. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

Photographers want an agent for their contacts within the creative industries. It can be very difficult for a new photographer to get appointments with some top creatives. - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

Assistant's rule number one: an assistant should never ask a photographer's client if they can make an appointment to show their book. This is a fireable offense! - Alan Latchley - The Creative Photographer : A Complete Guide to Photography by John Ingledew

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