Salt is a necessary mineral for life – and for photography. Not all historic processes require salt but it is an important part of much of photographic history. A grain of salt, either in a formula or in your mind, can can change the way you look at images. Different proportions of the right salts bring out details not seen previously, and omitting a grain of salt could obscure the big picture.
Here you will find a random – and likely intermittent – assortment of thoughts and ideas that will hopefully come together to form an image of my view of what surrounds me. Just don’t forget the salt.