Popular Photography’s September issue included me in their column on creative thinking. The column was a “how to” on making images that had an unexpected detail or some added element to make it more special. It was a challenge to look back on the past work and figure out what went through my mind when I was making the picture. Which part of the image creating process was pre-shoot, shoot or post-shoot? I think it came down to a little bit of everything, like ” Is that Snapper looking at me?” Then shooting it and thinking “What is it looking at, is it looking at me? and why?” Then deciding, yes!…. it’s looking at a knife in the hand and it’s so fresh that it’s still afraid. So I shot a knife in a hand, photoshopped a little glance out of the corner of the eye and done.