the_hefay wrote:Nice picture Toni. The six points you list in you blog are excellent and I can see in them where I can do better. Thanks.
You had some interesting thoughts on the photographer/camera relationship. I'm not so sure it's that different from the painter/paintbrush relationship. Perhaps the difference is more the speed at which the result can be had. In other words, anyone and everyone can pick up a camera, point and shoot. Instant creation. Anyone and everyone can paint or draw a picture. It's not as fast, and it's not convenient many times, so only those that are dedicated to being good "artists" will pursue that direction. On the other hand many people pursue photography, just to fill their scrapbooks and hard drives with "snapshots" of life, more as a preservation of memories than as art and in the process they overwhelm the internet with their "art." I'm just thinking out loud here and it was probably worded poorly, but I will still post it because it's convenient and instantaneous, allowing the ease at which I can throw syllables at the internet to be rivaled only by the speed at which I can fill the SD card on my camera with mediocre shots.
the_hefay wrote:Toni, I saw your project was featured on dpreview. Congratulations!
Birma wrote:Great exposure Congrats. Toni
sury wrote:An interesting last picture of the series Toni. The door is closed on the past (year)
and/or opening to a new challenge in the future (year). A perfectly "timed" capture.
Thanks for the very personal seasonal greetings! One of the best I've ever heard! Good rebirth of year to you too!sury wrote:Having Hindu spirituality ingrained in me, I say, as one ends, the other begins (usually for better).
Pitter wrote:That is quite an impressive project. Congratulations. And looing forward to the next project when it kicks off.
the_hefay wrote:Congratulations on seeing it through to the end and best of luck on your next project.
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