When things appear to be going wrong in a photograph—by that I mean, something you don’t want to happen—things may actually be going right.
It’s perfectly natural to have a rigid idea of what you want a picture to be. Lots of great photographs are made by photographers with a preconceived vision. But it’s important to let all that go of that when things unexpectedly shift in front of your camera.
I photographed the girls in this photograph for the book Siblings I did with the author, Anna Quindlen, several years ago. I wanted a…
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