In the article written by George Slade, I found two phrases I so often used to describe my own work: "slow" and "deliberate." It is something people just don't seem to understand, how the tools and techniques you use are so integral to how you relate, understand, and interpret your subject.
Lisa understands. When you must invest real effort to make a photograph, you go slower and become more intimate with your surroundings. And with that comes a connection, an understanding.
Visit her website: http://lisaelmaleh.com
|Lisa Elmaleh and her 1996 Toyota Tacoma "Harriet."|
Note the darkroom in the back of the truck.
(LE, Hope you don't mind me using your photograph - thanks!)