Huntington Witherill has had a slew of notable photographic mentors, including Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock, Steve Crouch and Al Weber. His work is in a permanent collection at the U.S. State Department and several embassies around the world and he has taught photography at the University of California, the Center for Photographic Art, the Oklahoma Arts Institute, and the Ansel Adams Gallery.
He knows his stuff.
In this engaging conversation with Marc Silber, Witherill sheds some light on how he composes his award-winning images. Worth watching.
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