Sean Kernan and I discuss how one knows when a work of art is finished.

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Joyce Tenneson provides quick candid answers to 20 questions

What’s the best thing about photography? 
Meeting new and interesting people.

What’s the worst thing about photography?
People always ask about equipment first!

What’s the thing that interests you most about your own photographs? 
It’s like looking at a diary…I can see who I was 10, 20 and 30 years ago!

What’s the thing that interests you most about other people’s photographs?
Seeing how other photographers problem solve, particularly with the content of their portraits.

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Joyce Tenneson shares here thoughts on Beauty, Skin, and Empowering Others.

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John Sexton shares his favorite quotes.

This is my favorite from his selection.

“The harder you work, the luckier you get.” – Ansel Adams

Which is your favorite of his selected quotes?

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John Sexton and I speak at length about the uniqueness of the black-and-white palette and the importance of materials.

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John Sexton provides quick candid answers to 20 questions

How do you know when an image doesn’t work?
I know an image is not successful for me when, after a period of time, it does seem to produce any sort of what I call a “magic quotient.”

How do you know when an image is good?
I know an image is good for me when I find myself wanting to look at it again and again.

How do you know when an image is great?
I know an image is great for me when I can’t get it out of my mind.

What’s the most useful photographic mantra?
Photographs are illusions.

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