Photography is a way to draw. 

Draw-ography? It's about being there. Both to see the image and then again to see what you really have after the button push. It's a performance?

There are often more questions than answers.  The little things make a lot of difference when you are looking at it afterward. That's the hardest part,

live editing and composition. 

Later, is it still good? Why? 

Are there any happy accidents? 



It's best to be surprised. Sometimes I take a photograph even knowing I might not get anything.

ChinatownPanorama.JPG
ChinatownPanorama.JPG

a choppy image from the Q train

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DownTownNYC.JPG
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NYCpanoram.JPG
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gone now           ©wjmiller
gone now ©wjmiller
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nightlights           ©wjmiller
nightlights ©wjmiller
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on Manhattan Bridge            ©wjmi
on Manhattan Bridge ©wjmi
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Ethan_.jpg
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Running [the Museum]       ©wjmiller
Running [the Museum] ©wjmiller
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