There are few things more frustrating to a photographer than being forced to stay home while museums, restaurants and parks are closed, unless you are really into still life, which I am not. Before the Covid we had plans to go island-hopping in Croatia this week. It costs less than you think. But does one need to travel halfway around the world to find fresh and thoughtful material? What can we make of this self-imposed opportunity?
Author name: Jonathan Leavitt
Jonathan Leavitt first began learning photography around age 12, introduced by his father to the 4x5 Graphex, and soon had his own darkroom. After a few professional assignments he decided not to become a full-time photographer, but has always used photography in his professional work as a consultant, and continues his commitment to photography as a fine art.