BRYAN RAWLS DODD
Digital Imaging has freed the photographer much like how the camera freed the painter. Photographing motion and color are exciting variations that this new technology has allowed. Combining motion and color with other elements can evoke emotion and meaning that was not possible even a few years ago.
I sometimes don't look through my viewfinder, or even hold the camera up to my eye when I shoot, because the camera itself can get into places that my body can't. Lately I’ve been emphasizing light and movement and shape and texture – I find these elements absolutely compelling.