“I was always impressed with the way my grandfather could locate a vein of water with nothing but the simplest divining rod and the sensitivity of his hands.
With the camera as my vehicle, I attempt to draw out and record the essence of a subject. My grandfather would wait until an intense vibration would pass through his stick and up his arms, and only then did he know he had water. Similarly, it is only when I feel emotions thundering inside of me and all my senses are locked into place that I know that the time is right to release the shutter. “
(All images are copyrighted by Dean Kotula and have been digitally water marked)