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|I read today.... ||bobsmith
|I read today...
A painter starts with a blank canvas and adds to it
A photographer starts with a full canvas and has to decide what to remove
Anything you've read recently???
|Re: I read today.... ||daisydaisy
|What I have read recently has nothing to do with photography but here are two quotes from famous photographers that I like :
"You donâ€™t take a photograph, you make it". â€“ Ansel Adams -
"Photographier, câ€™est une attitude, une faÃ§on dâ€™Ãªtre, une maniÃ¨re de vivre". â€“ Henri Cartier-Bresson -
|Re: I read today.... ||corjan3
|About Alfred Stieglitz and his wife Georgia O'Keeffe - From Wikipedia: "... he produced more than 350 mounted prints of O'Keeffe that portrayed a wide range of her character, moods and beauty. He shot many close-up studies of parts of her body, especially her hands either isolated by themselves or near her face or hair. The strength of these photos is that, as O'Keeffe biographer Roxanna Robinson points out, her "personality was crucial to these photographs; it was this, as much as her body, that Stieglitz was recording." They remain one of the most dynamic and intimate records of a single individual in the history of art."
|Re: I read today.... ||appalcarp
The best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed.