David Ulrich: How to be a more mindful photographer

David Ulrich is a photographer, writer, and teacher. He worked as an assistant to Minor White, drank with Ansel Adams, and crossed paths with many of the great photographers of the late 20th century. His life was changed when he witnessed the Kent State shootings in 1970, which led him to change his path from photojournalism to fine art photography. His latest book, influenced by his Zen practice, is The Mindful Photographer.

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1 thought on “David Ulrich: How to be a more mindful photographer

  1. Excellent post, thanks Kirk. The photos speak for themselves and the philosophy illuminates them. I was surprised you did not post a link to Amazon?

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