Moriyama Walks The Edge

One can endorse an anti-aesthetic, a style that is rough and raw, ala Daido Moriyama, who does it like breathing. When others emulate this “style”, or try to make it “more, it can just get in the way. Instead of enhancing what is seen, what is felt, it’s just shows “bad” technique like a dark veil hiding what is meant to be open. Bad technique is nothing more then bad technique.

Find your own voice. It’s there without you even trying.

Published by Keith Goldstein

Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City.

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