Shane Lynam – Part 3/3 – Improving All the Time

A travers sa propre expérience, Shane Lynam nous donne son point de vue sur la façon d’appréhender la photographie d’art quand on débute et que l’on souhaite en vivre. Lui qui a quitté son job pour se consacrer à la photo, il nous explique la façon dont il a géré sa carrière, sa méthode de travail et comment il envisage son avenir.

“Pour la plupart quand on trouve ce qu’on veut faire, c’est un formidable moment dans sa vie. Mais pour moi c’est une pression à accomplir et de savoir comment je vais y arriver. C’est une chose qui peut-être stressante.”

“Quand on débute dans la photographie, ça prend un moment avant de gagner de l’argent.”

“Pour moi le plus important est de progresser tout le temps. Ce n’est pas forcément faire la meilleure photo mais lui donner plus de sens et de force.”

“Je pense que je ferai toujours de la photo. Quoiqu’il advienne je me vois enchaîner les projets. Que les gens les voient ou pas.”

P.M.


Through his own experience, Shane Lynam gives us his views on how to comprehend art photography when you begin and make a living from it. He who left his job to devote himself to photography,explains how he managed his career, his working method and how he sees his future.

“I guess people talk about once you figure out what you want to do, it’s a great moment in your life. But there’s almost a pressure then to realise it and how you’re going to go about making it all happen. It can almost be a kind of a stress.”

“Photography, especially when you’re starting out, takes a while before you start making money.”

“With me the most important is just improving all the time. Not necessarily making the best photo ever just make the work more meaningful and stronger.”

“I think I’ll always make work for the rest of my life. No matter what happens, I see myself making projects after projects whether anyone sees it.”

P.M.

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